Balliol



a college of Oxford University, founded before 1268.
Contemporary Examples

Li was discussing the dilemma with an old professor at Balliol College, Oxford.
How to Hustle Your Way to the Oscars Nico Hines February 14, 2014

Bo Guagua went to two private boarding schools, Papplewick and Harrow, before going on to study at Balliol College, Oxford.
Neil Heywood & China’s Bo Xilai Scandal: Drinker, Sailor, Fixer, Spy? Melinda Liu March 29, 2012

Historical Examples

All those of us who were at Balliol together telephoned to one another so that we might enlist together.
Adventures of a Despatch Rider W. H. L. Watson

He was reported to have been stolen by gypsies in his youth, but was educated at Balliol.
State Trials, Political and Social Various

But the Master of Balliol, not the Duke, was the person they had destined to slip on it.
Zuleika Dobson Max Beerbohm

Thus Christ Church had little cause to throw the first stone at Balliol.
Oxford Andrew Lang

Persons, the librarian of Balliol, sold old books to buy Protestant ones.
Oxford Andrew Lang

After he crossed the border Balliol sent to him renouncing his homage.
A Student’s History of England, v. 1 (of 3) Samuel R. Gardiner.

I was much interested in the Balliol College pamphlet and the Master’s accompanying letter.
War Letters of a Public-School Boy Paul Jones.

Several of his discourses at the Council are preserved in Balliol Coll.
The Grey Friars in Oxford Andrew G. Little

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