I use Oxford marmalade, the Oxford -ize, and the Oxford comma.
(signed) Barbirolli, M.A. (Oxon).
Yes, I also use it. As I understand the Oxford comma, we are referring to the last comma in a series of items, JUST BEFORE the last item.
And example for others includes the following:
Baubles, Bangles, and Beads.
The Oxford Comma is indeed useful, and yes I do use it.
Of course I do. It makes everything clearer.
Yes, a series just never looks right without one.
I do too.
I don't believe it to be necessary,but I do use it out of convention.
I don't know what it is, so I guess not.
It's the comma before used before and, or[,] and nor; as well as other coordinating conjunctions.
Oh, then yes, I do use it, I never heard it called an oxford comma.