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Bampton, from A History of the County of Oxford, Volume XIII By Alan Crossley (editor)
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Bampton, the centre of an Anglo-Saxon royal estate and hundred, site of a late Anglo-Saxon minster, and formerly a market town, lies close to the river Thames, c. 12½ miles west of Oxford, and... More > 4½ miles south-west of Witney.< Less
A History of Greatham By Peter Gripton
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The present-day Parish of Greatham lies in the county of Hampshire, on either side of the old Farnham (Surrey) to Petersfield Turnpike. The ‘Domesday Book’ of 1086 recorded Greatham as... More > being ‘Terra Regis’, a Latin term meaning ‘Land of the King’, indicating that this was once a Royal manor belonging to William the Conqueror himself. In later years, the manor passed through many families by marriage and by purchase, including the Devenish, Marshall, Norton, Freeland, Love, Chawner and Coryton families. The name of the village has changed many times, however slightly, over the years. Greteham, Grietham, Gretham, Grutham, Gratham all derived from two separate words, the ‘Old-English’ (Anglo-Saxon) ‘ham’, meaning ‘village, estate, manor or homestead’ and an old Scandinavian word ‘griot’ or ‘gryt’, meaning ‘stones or stony ground’. Thus the name ‘Greotham’ came into being, literally a ‘stony estate’ or ‘farm on gravel’.< Less
The Chief Marketing Officer Journal - Volume I By William L. Koleszar
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ABOUT THE CMO JOURNAL (Paperback Edition): Despite the uniqueness of the role played by the Chief Marketing Officer in terms of both organizational impact and complexity of leadership challenge,... More > researchers are only beginning to lend insight into this increasingly important position, leaving practitioners to their own devices. To help fill this void, The Chief Marketing Officer Journal was created to accelerate the pace of theory development and critical discussion concerning all aspects of executive leadership within the marketing discipline. Submissions are peer reviewed by a distinguished panel of experts and selected for inclusion in the journal based on the importance of their contribution to marketing discipline, clarity, and suitability. Contributors for the inaugural issue include: David Aaker (UC Berkeley), David Court (McKinsey & Company), Jo Ann Herold (CMO, The HoneyBaked Ham Company), Phil Kotler (Northwestern University), Sergio Zyman (Former CMO, The Coca Cola Company) and many more.< Less
The Chief Marketing Officer Journal - Volume I By William L. Koleszar
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ABOUT THE CMO JOURNAL: Despite the uniqueness of the role played by the Chief Marketing Officer, researchers are only beginning to lend insight into this increasingly important position, leaving... More > practitioners to their own devices. To help fill this void, The Chief Marketing Officer Journal was created to accelerate the pace of theory development and critical discussion concerning all aspects of executive leadership within the marketing discipline. Submissions are peer reviewed by a distinguished panel of experts and selected for inclusion in the journal based on the importance of their contribution to marketing discipline, clarity, and suitability. The result is exclusive research and content unavailable from any other source. Contributors for Volume I include: David Court (McKinsey & Company), Jo Ann Herold (CMO, The HoneyBaked Ham Company), Phil Kotler (Northwestern University), Sergio Zyman (Former CMO, The Coca Cola Company) and many more.< Less
The Chief Marketing Officer Journal - Volume I By William L. Koleszar
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ABOUT THE CMO JOURNAL: Despite the uniqueness of the role played by the Chief Marketing Officer, researchers are only beginning to lend insight into this increasingly important position, leaving... More > practitioners to their own devices. To help fill this void, The Chief Marketing Officer Journal was created to accelerate the pace of theory development and critical discussion concerning all aspects of executive leadership within the marketing discipline. Submissions are peer reviewed by a distinguished panel of experts and selected for inclusion in the journal based on the importance of their contribution to marketing discipline, clarity, and suitability. The result is exclusive research and content unavailable from any other source. Contributors for Volume I include: David Court (McKinsey & Company), Jo Ann Herold (CMO, The HoneyBaked Ham Company), Phil Kotler (Northwestern University), Sergio Zyman (Former CMO, The Coca Cola Company) and many more.< Less
The Chief Marketing Officer Journal - Volume I By William L. Koleszar
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ABOUT THE CMO JOURNAL: Despite the uniqueness of the role played by the Chief Marketing Officer, researchers are only beginning to lend insight into this increasingly important position, leaving... More > practitioners to their own devices. To help fill this void, The Chief Marketing Officer Journal was created to accelerate the pace of theory development and critical discussion concerning all aspects of executive leadership within the marketing discipline. Submissions are peer reviewed by a distinguished panel of experts and selected for inclusion in the journal based on the importance of their contribution to marketing discipline, clarity, and suitability. The result is exclusive research and content unavailable from any other source. Contributors for Volume I include: David Court (McKinsey & Company), Jo Ann Herold (CMO, The HoneyBaked Ham Company), Phil Kotler (Northwestern University), Sergio Zyman (Former CMO, The Coca Cola Company) and many more.< Less
The Discovery of the Source of the Nile By John Hanning Speke
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Hanning Speke (4 May 1827 – 15 September 1864)... More > was an officer in the British Indian Army who made three exploratory expeditions to Africa and who is most associated with the search for the source of the Nile and was in fact the first European that reached Lake Victoria and as such is the "discoverer of the source of the Nile". He is also known for propounding the Hamitic hypothesis in 1863. In this hypothesis, he supposed that the Tutsi ethnic group were descendants of the biblical figure, Ham, and had lighter skin and more “European” features than the Bantu-featured Hutu over whom they ruled.Speke was born on 4 May 1827 at Orleigh Court, Buckland Brewer near Bideford, North Devon. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hanning_Speke< Less