Lisburn

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Lisburn

(ˈlɪzbɜːn)
n
1. (Placename) a city in Northern Ireland in Lisburn district, Co Antrim, noted for its linen industry: headquarters of the British Army in Northern Ireland. Pop: 71 465 (2001)
2. (Placename) a district of S Northern Ireland, in Co Antrim and Co Down. Pop: 109 565 (2003 est). Area: 446 sq km (172 sq miles)
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Back to the latest survey and, if it's any consolation, spare a thought for the poor people in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, who voted their loos the worst in the UK, with a dismal 2.
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A linguistics and language expert and honorary professor of linguistics at the University of Wales, Bangor, Prof Crystal was born in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, and lived in Holyhead before moving to Liverpool.
Mr Chance had lived in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, for a number of years but is believed to be from the Washington area.
Mr Chance had lived in Lisburn, Northern Ireland for a number of years but is believed to be from the Washington area.
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He had been serving a year's sentence at Maghaberry Jail in Lisburn, Northern Ireland for robbing a group of nuns who had taken him in after he was released from Birmingham Prison in 2010.
Originally from Lisburn, Northern Ireland, Beth has studied Food and Human Nutrition at Newcastle University.