(OXFORD, CAMBRIDGE, LAW)
|Michaelmas Term: 1 October to 17 December|
|Hilary Term: 7 January to 25 March or the Sunday before Palm Sunday, whichever is the earlier|
|Trinity Term: 20 April or the Wednesday after Easter, whichever is the later, to 6 July|
|Michaelmas Term: 1 October to 19 December|
|Lent Term: 5 January to 25 March (24 March in leap year)|
|Easter Term: 10 April to 18 June, but if Full Term begins on or after 22 April, term is 17 April to 25 June|
Full Term is required to occupy three-quarters of each term, consisting respectively of sixty, sixty, and fifty-three days, beginning on a Tuesday and ending on a Friday.
Although 'term' has nothing to do with 'three', the threefold division of the academic year caused the word to be adopted for the thirds into which, about 1865, the English
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Publication information: Book title: The Oxford Companion to the Year. Contributors: Bonnie Blackburn - Author, Leofranc Holford-Strevens - Author. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: Oxford. Publication year: 1999. Page number: 560.
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