Some articles on clare hall, clare, hall:
... Thomas was a scholar of Clare Hall, Cambridge, and fellow between Christmas 1603 and 1612 ... On 21 December 1621 he was elected master of Clare Hall, and was incorporated D.D ... He took up his residence at Canterbury, and the fellows of Clare consequently petitioned for and obtained from Charles I, some time before 2 September 1640, permission to elect a successor but no appointment ...
... The combined Hughes Hall/ Lucy Cavendish women's crews are listed as Lucy Cavendish only ... Jesus 3 ... Lady Margaret Jesus 3 Emmanuel Emmanuel 4 ... Trinity Hall Caius 4 Newnham Caius 5 ... Jesus Queens' 5 Caius Girton 6 ... St ... Girton Lady Margaret 7 ... Churchill Downing 7 1st 3rd Trinity Newnham 8 ... Queens' Trinity Hall 8 Trinity Hall Clare 9 ... Downing Pembroke 9 Lady Margaret Downing 10 ... Emmanuel ...
... The late Lord Ashby was elected as the first honorary fellow of Clare Hall in 1975, on his retirement from the Mastership of Clare College ... Clare Hall has a strong tradition in theoretical physics ...
... The Scientific Director of the Clare Hall laboratories is Dr John Diffley ... The laboratories are housed on a purpose-built research campus adjoining Clare Hall Manor (a Grade II listed building) located approximately 15 miles to the north of central London in the Hertfordshire ... The Clare Hall laboratories were officially opened in 1986 ...
Famous quotes containing the words hall and/or clare:
“A cell for prayer, a hall for joy,
They treated nature as they would.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“In the cowslips peeps I lie,
Hidden from the buzzing fly,
While green grass beneath me lies,
Pearled wi dew like fishes eyes,
Here I lye, a clock-a-clay,
Waiting for the time o day.”
—John Clare (17931864)