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Lector - an academic appointment in the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, usually of a native foreign language speaker.Lecturer - the most common university academic appointment, having both teaching and research obligations. Linkline - a voluntary counselling-by-telephone service run by students.Hobson - a Cambridge carrier of the 17th century whose policy in offering choice of horses to his clients was later emulated by Henry Ford in respect of colours of cars.Hobson's Conduit - streams of water running in gullies beside some streets in Cambridge.Bullard - outlying laboratories, in West Cambridge, of the Department of Earth Sciences. Cambridge - a market town on the edge of the East Anglian fenlands, and formerly the limit of trading navigation on the river Cam. A student would commence as a Bachelor when he graduated B. Commoner - a student who is not a Commons - formerly an entitlement to cheap food taken in college; the food itself. CUCA - Cambridge University Conservative Association. CUED - Cambridge University Engineering Department. CULES - Cambridge University Light Entertainment Society. CUOTC - Cambridge University Officers Training Corps. Discommuning - an ancient and lapsed power of the University over tradesmen in the town.Composition Fee - a single composite fee charged by the University or a College for all academic services. CUP - Cambridge University Press, the publishing arm of the University. Persons as defined above, used as a title before a surname to indicate the person's degree.
Estates Bursar - appointment in some Colleges; the holder is in charge of the college's land and properties. Examiner - someone appointed by the University to conduct an examination, Faculty Board - the committee which administers a Faculty. Fellow - an academic post in a college (as distinct from the university). Fellow Commoner - formerly a rich undergraduate, often a nobleman, who dined at .Downing Site - a university site on Downing Street and Tennis Court Road.DPMMS - (or DPM-squared-S) Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics Dr - abbreviation for awarded after competitive examination.Great St Mary's - parish church opposite the was built.
Grind - obsolete slang word for a walk, especially for exercise. Guildhall - the offices, on the Market Square, of the Cambridge City Council. Survive at Oxford under the name , places which are noticeably flat.
This is a list of definitions of words which are unique to the University of Cambridge, or have special meanings at Cambridge, or refer to places at Cambridge, and some associated abbreviations. Plural Assistant Staff - the non-academic staff of the University.