Dartmouth College

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Noun1.Dartmouth College - a college in New HampshireDartmouth College - a college in New Hampshire    
Ivy League - a league of universities and colleges in the northeastern United States that have a reputation for scholastic achievement and social prestige
Granite State, New Hampshire, NH - a state in New England; one of the original 13 colonies
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The team from Dartmouth College used 34 different versions of the Bible that varied in linguistic complexity and style, reports LiveMint .
Weather station records show greater precipitation amounts in the region over the past 50 years, but "ice cores show the scale of the change well above natural conditions," notes lead author Dominic Winski, also of Dartmouth College.
Dartmouth College President Phil Hanlon sent an email to students and faculty members Tuesday afternoon informing them about the death of Wright.
In addition to teaching piano and chamber music at Brandeis University (MA), he has taught at Dartmouth College, and has been on the Adult Education faculty at the New England Conservatory.
* Emily Blanchard; Chad Bown, The World Bank; and Robert Johnson, Dartmouth College and NBER, "Global Supply Chains and Trade Policy"
''The facts are that no hazing occurred, under either New Hampshire law or under Dartmouth College's standards.
ChromaDex, a United States-based natural products company, has licensed exclusive rights from Dartmouth College for several patents regarding pharmaceutical use of nicotinamide riboside, it was reported yesterday.
Gleiser (theoretical physics, Dartmouth College) says that superstring theory is wrong, that it will never be proven, and that we should be content with the idea that nature is messy.
She earned a bachelor of arts in psychology from Dartmouth College, a master's of social work with a certificate in management from the Boston University School of Social Work and will receive a doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Massachusetts later this year.
The fine ridges that mark the skin of primates' hands and feet might have evolved because they helped the animals grip tree branches, anthropologist Nate Dominy of Dartmouth College reported February 16.

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