[ US /ˈdɑɹtməθ/ ]
  1. a college in New Hampshire
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  • I still remember the confusion I felt the day that a female member of the Dartmouth SDS told me that the only campus radical I considered cool was a male chauvinist.
  • The centre can arrange licences to dive on the two designated historic shipwrecks in the Sound of Mull, the Dartmouth and the Swan.
  • The overnight explosion not only destroyed the chapel but also sparked a security alert in Dartmouth, Devon.
  • In 1892, he spent a few months at Dartmouth College but disliking college routine, decided to earn his living, and became a millhand in Lawrence, Contemporary American Literature Bibliographies and Study Outlines
  • According to a Bloomberg Businessweek article, The investment committee at Dartmouth, in Hanover, New Hampshire, included more than six trustees whose firms oversaw more than $100 million in investments for its fund over the last five years, the report said. Bob Samuels: Why Harvard, Dartmouth, and the University of California Bet Big and Lost
  • Earlier in the season, during Dartmouth's annual regatta, diners watched agog as he threw out a drunken boatie.
  • The rose bowl, weighing 93 ounces, is mounted on an ebonised base with oval enamel panels depicting Morley Town Hall, Morley House, Morley Old chapel and the entrance to Dartmouth Park.
  • Down in Tattersall's enclosure, Austin Dartmouth Glenn passed two hot bank notes to a bookmaker who stuffed them busily into his satchel without looking and issued a ticket to win on Spotted Tulip at eight to one in the first. The Elvis Latte
  • On the broad canvas of presidential trade policy, Obama's decision is unexceptional, " says Doug Irwin, a trade historian at Dartmouth College.
  • The mobilisation of the Dartmouth Cadets came with a shock of rather horrified surprise to a certain section of the public, who could not imagine that boys so young could be of any practical utility in the grim business of War.
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