- a coastal city in S Nova Scotia, in SE Canada, on Halifax harbor, across from Halifax.
- a city in SE Massachusetts.
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Nelson wrote a paper at Dartmouth on Standard Oil, which was about as defensive and as deeply researched as you would expect.This Republican Loved Taxes & Modern Art
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When Dartmouth students fasted for world hunger, the Review reportedly held a formal lobster-and-champagne dinner for themselves.Ex-Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner Relives College Glory Days
May 13, 2014
By comparison Brown had 16, Columbia 12, Dartmouth 11, Penn 12, Princeton 17, and Yale 16.Harvard’s Biggest Problem With Sexual Assault Is Harvard Itself
April 4, 2014
Maclean graduated from Dartmouth and taught there two years.Pete Dexter’s Indelible Portrait of Author Norman Maclean
March 23, 2014
Stay tuned: a project I'm co-leading at Dartmouth is planning to do just this.Israelis and Palestinians: Getting Down To Business
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Education: The old college of Dartmouth at Hanover is for men only.
The Dartmouth had sailed up the harbor and was riding at anchor.Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times
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This was taken by Drake, who sent Waldez to Dartmouth, and a great sum of money, viz.Fox's Book of Martyrs
The Dartmouth, James Hall, will be here about 14 days longer.
Was one of the volunteer guard on the "Dartmouth" on the night of November 30, 1773.
- a port in SW England, in S Devon: Royal Naval College (1905). Pop: 5512 (2001)
- a city in SE Canada, in S Nova Scotia, on Halifax Harbour: oil refineries and shipyards. Pop: 65 741 (2001)
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