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Irvine

(ûr`vīn), city (1990 pop. 110,330), Orange co., SW Calif.; inc. 1971. Its industries include the research and development of high-technology electronics, especially computer products, and the manufacture of motor vehicles, pharmaceuticals, aerospace vehicles and aircraft parts, and medical instruments. Irvine is best known, however, as an educational center and the seat of the Univ. of California, Irvine (est. 1965). Of interest are several old preserved buildings.

Irvine

(ûr`vĭn), town (1991 pop. 32,507), North Ayrshire, SW Scotland, on the Irvine River estuary. Industries include iron and brass foundries. Other products are chemicals, electric goods, and clothing. Once a major exporting point, Irvine now engages primarily in coastal trade.
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Irvine

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Alexander Andrew Mackay, Baron, known as Derry. born 1940, British lawyer and Labour politician; Lord Chancellor (1997--2003)

Irvine

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a town on the W coast of Scotland, the administrative centre of North Ayrshire: designated a new town in 1966. Pop.: 33 090 (2001)
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Irvine earned a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and biochemistry from Durham University.
Police were contacted and the money traced as having been transferred into Irvine's account.
Annan's home record against Irvine wasn't the best but they had won the last two meetings at Violetbank.
The lead lasted just two minutes as Irvine followed up their restart kick to take the lead with a try and conversion.
And after the hosts levelled through Alan Browne's spectacular strike from distance, Irvine stole the winner 10 minutes from the end with a sneaky backpost header.
While the man was airlifted to the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, the woman and the teen victims were rushed in ambulances to O.C.
"Homebuyers continue to make the Villages of Irvine the 'Top-Selling Master-Planned Community in the West' because they appreciate the unparalleled quality of life enjoyed from decades of thoughtful planning," said Scott Starkey, chief communications officer, Irvine Company.
Mr Crook added that Irvine admitted: "Something must have happened," saying "The next thing I remember was being in a police station and I had a couple of cuts to my right hand."
Target: Sparton will consolidate its Irvine, CA design centre into its Irvine, CA manufacturing operations
Joanne - who requires a wheelchair after a 2011 road accident left her with spinal injuries - shouted out the front door for an ambulance but Irvine butted her on the head in the hallway.
Irvine's name to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans, 17 Court St., Boston MA, 02108.
After working as number two with Everton for five years, Irvine was appointed manager of then Championship club Preston in November 2007 and after steering the Lancashire side clear of relegation he took them into the play-offs the following season.