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Wikipedia job for the University of Oxford

This project was awarded to elvicendecun for $140 USD.

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((Dear technically savvy Wikipedia editor,

This job would involve some research into a map of the city of Oxford in England, using the attached map, and adding a segment to 100 wikipedia entries.

You would have to compare the map with the names of the 100 most prominent graduates with an actual map of Oxford, and see which streets were named after whom, and then add a an "awards an honors" section to every one of the 100 biographies and add the following text. We would also ask you to embed the attached pdf as a graphic -in full quality- to each of the entries.))

--Awards and Honors-- ((only if this chapter heading doesn't exist yet, of course))

XZY was chosen by the University of Oxford, his alma mater, as one of its 100 most distinguished graduates from 10 centuries. For the cover of the 2011 Oxford University Prospectus, the 100 graduates had the streets of Oxford renamed in their honor. For XYZ it was ABC Street. The list included Duns Scotus, William of Ockham, Erasmus of Rotterdam, Saint Thomas More, John Locke, Adam Smith, Christopher Wren, Lawrence of Arabia, Oscar Wilde, J.R. Tolkien and living University members Rupert Murdoch, Bill Clinton, Stephen Hawking and Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck.

((Obviously, when redacting the entry of the honoree in question, it would be important not to include them in the list.

We would like to work with an experienced Wikipedia editor, as we will have many more requests down the line, where we would like to build tables, and charts for awards our members have won etc.

Please quote us a price

Kind regards

RG))

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