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  1. Oriel
    1. Projecting bay window
    2. Gold that is left to an oxford college
    3. Projecting bit of archite
    4. Oxford college; window
    5. One of oxford's colleges
    6. Large bay


  1. Oxford university college founded in 1458
  2. Constituent part of the university of cambridge founded in 1428 as a benedictine hostel
  3. Clued up and enthusiastic about university college hospitalclued up and enthusiastic about university college hospital
  4. An oxford college, founded in 1438
  5. Oxford college founded by a scottish king's father
  6. Oxford college founded in 1517
  7. Person under the care of another; patronage
  8. One under another's patronage
  9. Patronage instils piquancy down under
  10. Pupil under patronage
  11. Female under patronage
  12. Person under patronage
  13. Oxford university college
  14. Oxford university college since 1326
  15. A college at oxford university
  16. College of the university of oxford
  17. Body discovered outside university college in oxford
  18. Blood constituent originally lacking in paternal grandmother?
  19. Active constituent of vodka or (tenuously) even rum, originally
  20. Originally male university with men's college


  1. Lion perhaps devours couple, causing gossip
  2. Little animals in sleeping quarters freeze
  3. Love trapped by one obscure colloquialism
  4. Look after someone elses children for a period
  5. Location likely to see better girl embracing star
  6. Liberal and earl taken in by brief diet could be suckers
  7. Like extreme radical maybe had biggest estate at death
  8. Look at naughty ladies, getting shock