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Weekend read: The OBE ritual… the recipient’s view

If you’ve ever wondered what an investiture ceremony is really like for a recipient, then why not spend a few moments of your weekend reading this excellent description from Mary Beard’s TLS blog? I found it intriguing, and very much enjoyed reading it!

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