Trinity College

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Trinity College,

Ireland: see Dublin, Univ. ofDublin, University of,
at Dublin, Ireland; founded 1591 by Queen Elizabeth I of England; also called Trinity College, Dublin. It has faculties of arts (humanities); arts (letters); business, economics, and social studies; engineering and systems sciences; health sciences;
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Trinity College, Dublin; Member of the Archaeological Society of Great Britain.
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Jane Ohlmeyer, Vice President ( Global Relations), Trinity College Dublin, who was in the Capital last week, is determined rectify this anomaly in numbers.
Moth to the Flame will be performed at the Unicorn Theatre London in January, prior to a prize giving ceremony and will be produced in a book of plays by Trinity College London.
Orange by Alan Harris will be at The Riverfront, Newport, tonight and Trinity College, Carmarthen tomorrow.
The previous year they spent even more, with EUR306,603 shelled out by Trinity College on animals, including six dogs, during 2009.

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