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British: The word British is an adjective referring in various ways to the United Kingdom, or the island of Great Britain, and its people.
Oxford: Oxford is a city in central southern England. It is the county town of Oxfordshire, and forms a district within the county. It has a population of 150,200, and lies within the Oxford metropolitan area with a population of 244,000. Oxford is one of the UK's fastest growing cities, in terms of popula
Kruger: Krger, Kruger or Krueger are German surnames originating from Krger, meaning tavern-keeper in Low Saxon or potter in High German.