Princeton University

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Noun1.Princeton University - a university in New JerseyPrinceton University - a university in New Jersey    
Ivy League - a league of universities and colleges in the northeastern United States that have a reputation for scholastic achievement and social prestige
Princeton - a university town in central New Jersey
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Bristol-Myers Squibb, a global biopharmaceutical company, has established a new research collaboration with the Department of Chemistry at Princeton University, it was announced yesterday.
Harrison Hong, Princeton University and NBER, and David Sraer, Princeton University and NBER, "Speculative Betas"
However, four juveniles - who are not Princeton University students- were taken into custody after being spotted with a toy gun, New Jersey State Police said on the Web site Twitter.
We are thrilled to have completed this extensive renovation project, which has restored a historic Princeton University building to today's standards," says Allan Kehrt, partner at KSS.
A Cambridge-trained scholar and professor of philosophy at Princeton University, Appiah has developed a reputation as an intellectual willing to tackle the tougher issues of identity.
Pulliam, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University, 102 Guyot Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544, USA; fax: 609-258-1334; email: pulliam@princeton.
Chi holds a bachelor's degree from Princeton University and an M.
ERIC BANKS: Charles Scribner played a role in founding Princeton University Press by providing seed money.
The concept "cleared away the fog" surrounding the strong interaction, comments Edward Witten, a physicist at Princeton University.
Princeton University has a daytime population of approximately 10,000 people: half students and the remainder a combination of researchers, faculty, and staff.

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