Irish concerns will be surprisingly familiar to US readers: dumbing-down and work-training movements in higher education, the loss of public spaces for conversation, the rise of free-market fundamentalism, and the increasing fragmentation of professional knowledge fields into narrow, specialized, isolated disciplines.
What does IC stand for?
IC stands for Irish Concern
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- Invested Capital
- Investment Category
- Investment Committee (various locations)
- Investors Chronicle (UK)
- Invited Country
- Invoice Currency
- Ion Chamber (physics)
- Ion Chromatography
- Iowa City
- Irate Customer
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Brigid was particularly fond of animals in general, and cattle and butter-making in particular, and thus became the patron saint of such mundane yet vital Irish concerns as sheep-rearing, cattle-herding, and dairy-farming.
CAPTION(S): The Israeli Ambassador to Ireland, Dr Zion Evrony, leaves the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin, after being summoned there to be told of Irish concern about the attack
Cowen, expected to call a new poll by next October, said there was "clear evidence the European Union is ready to respond" to Irish concerns.
Mr Sarkozy said issues which contributed included Irish concerns over euthanasia, abortion and the world trade talks - adding bluntly: "Mandelson.
Recriminations spilled into the open yesterday, with French President Nicolas Sarkozy saying the issues that contributed to the setback included Irish concerns over euthanasia, abortion and the world trade talks.
It is therefore vital that we address Irish concerns in order to carry on the process of reform.
Mr Sarkozy said the issues that contributed to the setback included Irish concerns over euthanasia, abortion and the world trade talks - adding bluntly: "Mandelson.