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Oklahoma Christian University Bible Building Forum Spring
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During spring 2011 the students of Oklahoma Christian University have left for spring break and the university is empty. The blooms of the bradford pears can be seen all around the Forum next to the Williams-Branch Center for Biblical Studies (the Bible Building).

Copyright: David Waldo
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Uploaded: 19/03/2011
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