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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A member of the set of numbers that locates a point in a Cartesian coordinate system.

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  • Linfield's critical gaze ranges far and wide, from images of the Holocaust to photographs from Abu Ghraib.

    Photography so good it hurts

  • At its best, the passionate intensity and intellectual rigour of Linfield's writing may convince you that looking away, or not looking at all, is not an option.

    Photography so good it hurts

  • In yet another sign of just how trapped in the dark ages Northern Irish society really is, this promotional photo of Linfield's new kit for the 2008/2009 Irish Premier League season was one of six 'provocative' images withdrawn from the website of the north's biggest and most successful football club.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • If you find the question provocative, read the rest of Linfield's review.

    Philocrites: August 2003 Archives

  • He was Protestant, while the Gerry character, Gerry Morgan, Linfield's trainer, was Catholic.

    The Guardian World News

  • The IFA began to pursue a culture change, despite being widely mistrusted then by many Catholic football followers, who still resent the IFA's staggering 100-year agreement, signed in 1985, to play home internationals at Linfield's Windsor Park, which gives the club a major financial advantage over other clubs.

    The Guardian World News

  • He has now been replaced in the squad by Linfield's Alan Blayney for the Euro 2012 qualifiers in Serbia and four days later at home to Slovenia.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Although the Gibson Cup is within Linfield's grasp, their progress to the Irish Cup final against Portadown is far from smooth.

    Belfasttelegraph.co.uk - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Worthington will also hand debuts to Linfield's goalkeeper Alan Blayney and midfielders Robert

    Football.co.uk news feed

  • Cliftonville took their time to settle into things and, having hitherto played to the strengths of Linfield's veteran central defensive pairing of Noel Bailie and William Murphy, their first real attempt to get the ball down and play on the deck ended with Chris Scannell touching a neat pass inside for Kieran O'Connor, whose first-time shot was charged down by Billy-Joe Burns.

    Belfasttelegraph.co.uk - Frontpage RSS Feed

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