Dublin


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Synonyms for Dublin

capital and largest city and major port of the Irish Republic

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Margaret Preston, "Discourse and Hegemony: Race and Class in the Language of Charity in Nineteenth-Century Dublin," in Tadhg Foley and Sean Ryder, eds.
Nominees for the prize, run by Dublin City Council's library department, are drawn from a list of books nominated by 185 public libraries in 51 countries.
Derek Reid and Jessica Freed were two actors guiding the exceptional Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, during which visitors are introduced to the real-life haunts of the city's astonishing roster of acclaimed writers .
ECC, one of the four big English conversation schools in Japan, extended its web-learning service to a small modern office in the heart of Dublin in June 2004.
KEFALONIA, seven nights s/c May 17 ex Dublin EUR349.
At that time, there were only two tracks for professional dancers--the Irish National Ballet, headed by Joan Denise Moriarty, and Dublin Contemporary Dance Theatre, founded by Joan Davis.
2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Daon, a global leader in biometric authentication and identity assurance solutions, announced today its role in delivering Automated Passport Control Kiosks to Dublin Airport in support of the United States of America Customs and Border Protection Pre-Clearance.
The Ballyboden man was a class apart in Thurles where Dublin came from eight down to seal an All-Ireland quarter-final spot.
The Dublin Pass has been revamped with a new smartphone- and tablet-ready website, making it easier to purchase, and now offers entry to 33 of the city's top attractions, as well as discounts and exclusive offers at 20 more venues, a one-way Aircoach transfer into the centre of Dublin from the city's airport, a free guidebook and fast-track entry at some of the busiest attractions.
Take the kids on a bus tour around Dublin or head north and enjoy a fun day out with the family at Tayto Park.
When the war broke out Dublin was still suffering from the after-effects of the 1913 Lockout.
The budget airline also said that with oil prices currently at EUR140 a barrel, flights departing from high cost or expensive airports such as Dublin must be reduced this winter, during the low fare season.
Its Boston service will increase from 11 flights per week to two flights daily (one from Dublin and a second from Dublin via Shannon) and its flights to Chicago O'Hare will rise from daily to twice-daily (one nonstop from Dublin and the second from Dublin via Shannon).
The "Old Country Charmer" tour begins in Shannon and the "Old Country Splendor" tour starts off in Dublin.
NOBODY can reasonably argue that Dublin should continue to play their opening game at Croke Park after this.