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Synonyms for Belfast

capital and largest city of Northern Ireland

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Money broker, Tullett Prebon, said that it has opened a new facility in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
* Address correspondence to the author at: Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, Kelvin Building, Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT12 6BA.
It's an honour to celebrate his illustrious career here in Belfast, Northern Ireland, his home nation, with the Lifetime Achievement award."
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TEHRAN (FNA)- Britain's MI5 security service deliberately covered up the sexual abuse of vulnerable boys in a notorious children's care home in Belfast, Northern Ireland, an ex-Army Intelligence officer said.
The new dealerships include Bescol Motors, Consett, County Durham; Falmouth Garage, Falmouth, Cornwall; Frasers of Falkirk, Falkirk, Scotland; Klic Cars, Dumfries, Scotland; Lindacre Ipswich, Ipswich, Suffolk; Minerva Cars, Bath, Avon; SERE, Belfast, Northern Ireland; Shukers, Shrewsbury, Shropshire; SMC Plymouth, Plymouth, Devon; and Tanners of Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales.
BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- For Queen Elizabeth II, one throne is enough.
GTT has opened a new Global Network Operations Center (NOC) in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to support the global delivery of cloud networking services to a growing base of multinational clients.
Bombardier recently opened a new facility in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to produce carbon-fiber composite wings for its CSeries aircraft.
Belfast, Northern Ireland), covers issues of international refugee law, focusing on the major themes of rights, security, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, international humanitarianism, and state interests.
Marc Beggan gets a six-finger salute in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Dodds
Police in Belfast, Northern Ireland, considered Joseph O'Callaghan's screwy attempt at bank robbery to be a simple "rookie's mistake"--the kind of little error brand-new criminals sometimes make.
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Almac, a contract research organisation based in the United Kingdom, has signed a collaboration agreement with Queens University, based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.
Belfast, Northern Ireland (TAP) - Police in Northern Ireland brace themselves for a fourth night of clashes stemming from protests about the removal of the British Union flag over Belfast City Hall.