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  • "Rocky Road to Dublin" is a fast-paced 19th century song with Irish lyrics about a man's experiences as he travels to Dublin, Ireland from his home in
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  • $photo)) return $xmp XMP XML Here we extract a few of the Dublin Core elements and create an HTML fragment containing the image and the meta-data
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  • example, here are the first 2 resources from the Dublin Core, in Perl: $doc ->dc ->title("The Dublin Core Element Set v1.1 namespace providing access
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  • use RDF to define metadata for web resources include standards like the Dublin Core for your description explore how Adobe is handling metadata create
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  • addition of pages. Finnegan's Wake Flowers of Edinborough Rocky Road to Dublin Star of the County Down Tam Lin Whiskey in the Jar The Wind That Shakes
    913 bytes (114 words) - 00:03, 23 July 2011
  • Nannan's     Nickname for Joseph Nannetti, MP for Dublin College Green (1901-1915). See 115.32. The Sluagh na h-Eireann     (Errata) This should read:
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  • Directory of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland: Dublin (1903) pp. 1407 and 1481. Ian Gunn & Clive Hart, James Joyce's Dublin (2004) p.119.
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  • Nannan     Nickname for Joseph Nannetti, MP for Dublin College Green (1901-1915). See 302.25. Mr Joseph Nannetti (Hansard).
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  • (e.g. from magazines like CIO.com or ZDNet.com). Use the Dublin Core element set and the Dublin Core terms as a framework for your description. After completing
    311 bytes (54 words) - 16:31, 26 January 2011
  • is óige. Go raibh maith agat, slan. Translation: I am Willow. I live in Dublin. I have three cats and two snails. I love horse riding and I like sports
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  • University Hospital, popularly known as the Mater, was the largest hospital in Dublin in 1904. Located on the corner of Eccles Street, it was founded in 1861
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  • Dominus vobiscum (the Lord be with you), together with an allusion to the Dublin biscuit manufacturer William & R. Jacob & Co. Ltd. See 100.01, 246.16, 272
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  • Blackwood family motto. It is also the school motto of Belvedere College in Dublin, which Joyce attended from 1893 until 1898. House of Names.Gifford,
    408 bytes (62 words) - 14:12, 5 December 2011
  • manufacturers that began life as a home bakery in Waterford in 1850, expanding to Dublin two years later. The company was formally established in 1885. The Jacobs
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  • to hotels and other accommodation. Sally is a tourist and she's visiting Dublin for a few days. She has just arrived at the Victoria Hotel. (listen)
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  • in Rothar(Bike)); O (as in Oráiste(Orange)); B (as in Baile Átha Cliath(Dublin)); A fada (as in Árainn(Aran, islands off the west coast of Ireland)); R
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  • 1.5 kilometres away. See also Ithaca 656.20 ff.. Gunn, Ian; Hart, Clive (2004). James Joyce's Dublin. Thames & Hudson. p. 27. ISBN 0-500-51159-4. 
    904 bytes (156 words) - 17:12, 4 December 2011
  • S. (1904). Foclóir Gaedhilge agus Béarla: An Irish-English Dictionary. Dublin: M. H. Gill & Son Ltd.. p. 508. http://www.ucc.ie/celt/Dinneen1sted.html
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  • be "Fred Murphy" to Dubliners, or "Fred Murphy, Dublin" to people in Ireland, or "Fred Murphy, Dublin, Ireland" to people anywhere in the world. On the
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  • or church, looking somber. Lalouette's, Gifford and Seidman note, was a Dublin mortuary whose rental services included mutes. Mulligan's reference would
    717 bytes (113 words) - 16:21, 4 September 2012

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