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2015-03-05 08:38:42

HELSINKI and KILKENNY, Ireland, March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- TrademarkNow®, a Helsinki-based legal technology startup that applies artificial intelligence and machine learning to streamline

2015-02-19 08:37:36

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2015-02-09 04:21:12

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2015-02-06 12:26:00

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2015-02-02 12:28:12

Expanding their presence in Europe to include Ireland PITTSBURGH and DUBLIN, Feb.

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Dobhar-chu
2013-08-19 09:28:43

The Dobhar-chu, from Irish folklore, is a freshwater cryptid covered in fur and said to have the characteristics of both an otter and a dog, being approximately seven feet from head to tail. The word Dobhar-chu could be translated to “water hound”. It is also known to some locals as the Irish crocodile, not from appearance, but by its viciousness. It is said to be able to move swiftly in or out of the water. Many sightings have been reported with the most recent being in 2003 when a...

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