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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was found among some other old books in Trinity College, Dublin, and given to Francis Dujon.
Cyril Overton, Trinity College, Cambridge, announced the arrival of an enormous young man, sixteen stone of solid bone and muscle, who spanned the doorway with his broad shoulders, and looked from one of us to the other with a comely face which was haggard with anxiety.
Trinity College, Dublin; Member of the Archaeological Society of Great Britain.
Brought up in poverty by his widowed mother, he spent the period between his fourteenth and twentieth years recklessly and without distinction at Trinity College, Dublin.
Trinity is interested in deepening relations with Oman -- a wonderful and interesting country," said Tom Molloy, director of Public Affairs and Communications at Trinity College.
She further stated that it is matter of pride that one of the students of Trinity College, Aisha Ishtiaq, has been selected in the national softball team.
The new research was based on academic collaboration between Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, University of Dundee and the National Institutes of Health and has been published in this month's Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
THE OLD LIBRARY: Trinity College Dublin 1712-2012 is a collection of fifty essays marking the tercentenary of the Old Library at Trinity College Dublin.
Brandon earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Trinity College in Hartford, CT.
Trinity College London has kindly agreed to waive the fees for the exams which are being sat at the highest possible level in graded music.
Jane Ohlmeyer, Vice President ( Global Relations), Trinity College Dublin, who was in the Capital last week, is determined rectify this anomaly in numbers.

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