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Ireton

Henry. 1611--51, English Parliamentarian general in the Civil War; son-in-law of Oliver Cromwell. His plan for a constitutional monarchy was rejected by Charles I (1647), whose death warrant he signed; lord deputy of Ireland (1650--51)
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Ireton said there have been no other suspects in the case yet.
Mr Ireton said: "It will be very difficult for them to take in properly I have no doubt.
Mr Ireton was unconscious for a week after being punched.
Ireton makes a strong case for reading the gradualism of self-formation that runs through the entire novel within the context of contemporary geology and he shows how the combination of mountaineering experience and geomorphological gaze renders mountains the prime natural objects for promoting the protagonist's self-formation.
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Turkish national Ensar Gol, from Ireton Court, Thame, Oxfordshire, is alleged to have killed the as yet formally unidentified women aged 29 and 50 at the address in the early hours of Sunday morning.
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Local councillor Robert Ireton said: "Children as young as 10 years of age a r e drinking with teenagers down at the Spike Bridge in Courtown Woods.
Furthermore, there were occasions when Ireton was far more important than the "hesitant and unsure" (158) Cromwell in pursuing the revolutionary agenda, and it can be argued that many aspects of the regicide and the republican settlement are down to Ireton alone.
He participated at the battles of Naseby and Langport, fought at the sieges of Bridgwater, Sherborne, Bristol, Colchester, and Worcester, and blockaded Oxford, gaining a level of outspoken prominence that finally put him at odds with Thomas Fairfax, Oliver Cromwell, and Henry Ireton.