[ US /ˈbɛɫˌfæst/ ]
  1. capital and largest city of Northern Ireland; the center of Protestantism in Northern Ireland
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How To Use Belfast In A Sentence

  • In recent years, Laganside Corporation has transformed the inner core of Belfast city centre, specifically along the Lagan river and in the surrounding area.
  • Days later, Gregg was gunned down near Belfast docks as he returned from a Glasgow Rangers football match.
  • Tournament organiser Ussher Watson will take late entries for the junior events this evening at Belfast 647934.
  • The Twelfth" officially commemorates the July 12, 1690, triumph of Protestant King William of Orange versus the Catholic he deposed from the English throne, James II, at the Battle of the Boyne south of Belfast. Latest Headlines - ABC 7 News
  • He joked: ‘George launched a ship in Belfast and it was three miles out at sea before he let go of the bottle.’
  • The advanced military technology expertise of Shorts Brothers in Belfast played a crucial role in the war - for both sides.
  • It was designed by a professional medalist named John Woodhouse Jnr and struck by West & Co of Belfast.
  • He is a skilled worker laid off from his job in a Belfast shipyard.
  • There is an open fireplace with back boiler and the Belfast sink has a tiled drainer.
  • His next big step could well be to try and make an impact at Old Trafford, and, seemingly, the level-headed Belfast-born defender would not be fazed by the task.
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