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  2. About Dublin

    Dublin (, is the capital of and largest city in Ireland, near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin Region. Founded as a centre of Viking settlement, the city has been Ireland's capital since mediæval times.

    The city of Dublin is the entire area administered by Dublin City Council, but can also refer to the contiguous suburban areas that run into the adjacent counties of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, Fingal and South Dublin. This area is sometimes known as 'Urban Dublin' or the 'Dublin Metropolitan Area'.

    The population of the administrative area controlled by Dublin City Council was 505,739 at the census of 2006. At the same census, the Dublin Region population was 1,186,159, and the Greater Dublin Area 1,661,185 (estimated by the CSO to reach 2.1 million by 2021). Today, approximately 40% of the population of Ireland live within a 100 km (60mi) fan radius of this east coast city.

    A person from Dublin is known as a Dubliner or colloquially as a Dub, or, pejoratively, a Jackeen.

    In a 2003 European-wide survey by the BBC, questioning 11,200 residents of 112 urban and rural areas, Dublin was the best capital city in Europe to live in, and Ireland the most content country in Europe."

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    1. Education is one of the most important pillars for Ireland's continued economic development. It's vital that we support the connection between the world of education and the world of business, to ensure we continue to bring new ideas and expertise, that can help drive innovation and entrepreneurship. Our support for Dublin City University and the postgraduate research students in the School of Computing is recognition of the importance of that link.
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    2. There are many cities in the world like Dalian in China and Dublin in Ireland which have become attractive for localisation services to their countries.
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    3. Analysis of the Depositions — an unparalleled resource in Europe held by Trinity College Dublin and running to some 19,000 manuscript pages or about 2.7 million words — has also provided insight into the everyday lives of those who gave their accounts of the rebellion, with the language used revealing the social, economic, cultural and political situation in 17th century Ireland. The project, designed and led by Dr Barbara Fennell, Senior Lecturer in Language and Linguistics at the University of Aberdeen, also brought together computer specialist Dr Deirdre O'Regan, language specialist Dr Mark Sweetnam, and historian Dr Elaine Murphy, with Dr Seamus Lawless, a digital humanities specialist from Trinity College, Dublin, acting as an honorary team member. This mix of different subject areas allowed the team to expand the usability of the language software for older varieties of English and has paved the way for use on other
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