Wykehamist


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He was a Wykehamist, an Oxonian, an economics don and then a wartime civil servant - and a good one.
Bullock was a Wykehamist who had been introduced to climbing in the prewar years by R.
The officer was a Captain Nathaniel Ogle, the Wykehamist son of a Dean of Winchester and brother of R.
The Old Etonians, Old Carthusians, Old Harrovians, Old Westminsters and Old Wykehamists participated in soccer's FA Cup in the 1880s.
Founded by William of Wykeham, old boys are called Wykehamists, and the school is famous for its beautiful buildings and chapel and its strong academic record (95 per cent go on to university).