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Synonyms for Dublin

capital and largest city and major port of the Irish Republic

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Petersburg, 40; Trieste, 40; Alexandria (Egypt), 43; Dublin, 48; Calcutta, 55.
Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, and the next year, when the Queen died and the Tory ministry fell, he withdrew to Dublin, as he himself bitterly said, 'to die like a poisoned rat in a hole.
Richard Steele was born in Dublin in 1672 of an English father and an Irish mother.
I had moin, and no expince spared, at Madame Flanahan's, at Ilyssus Grove, Booterstown, near Dublin, wid a Marchioness to teach us the true Parisian pronunciation, and a retired Mejor-General of the French service to put us through the exercise.
Two years and four months, eight hundred and fifty days by the log, steaming up and down the thousand-league-long sea-lanes and back again to Dublin town.
I now made haste to Dublin, where I immediately procured a passage to England; and was proceeding to Bath, in order to throw myself into the protection of my aunt, or of your father, or of any relation who would afford it me.
For this was Sir Walter Carey, an official of such eminence in Dublin Castle that nothing short of the case of Prince Michael would have brought him on such a journey in the middle of the night.
All Michael's very vanity and vainglory made him rush out at once; he would have walked into Dublin Castle for a lady's glove.
I told him No, not of any great consequence, but what might be done as well by letter from Dublin.
To illustrate the effect of slavery on the white man,--to show that he has no powers of endurance, in such a condition, superior to those of his black brother,--DANIEL O'CONNELL, the distinguished advocate of universal emancipation, and the mighti- est champion of prostrate but not conquered Ireland, relates the following anecdote in a speech delivered by him in the Conciliation Hall, Dublin, before the Loyal National Repeal Association, March 31, 1845.
Dixon's name as well as her own, to press their coming over directly, and they would give them the meeting in Dublin, and take them back to their country seat, Balycraig, a beautiful place, I fancy.
10 years ago, OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital opened its doors.
Kildare; 15-16 Baggot Rd, Dublin 7; 1-2 Main St, Bailieborough, Co.
In this connection, Qatar Airways Group chief executive Akbar al-Baker landed in Dublin on Thursday to host a press conference celebrating the new service.
BARNEY ROCK reckons Westmeath will need at least 16 points to beat Dublin - something they didn't manage when he was in charge.