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Ironside

nickname of Edmund II of England
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14 October 2017: Usk v Abergavenny, Fleur De Lys v Newport HSOB, Tredegar Ironsides v Blackwood Stars, RTB Ebbw Vale v Machen, Monmouth v Abertysswg, Oakdale v Chepstow.
Ironsides IV was oversubscribed and exceeded the original USD 500m target.
An additional 17-gun salute off US Coast Guard Base Boston, the site where Constitution was originally constructed and launched October 21, 1797, and Old Ironsides returned to her berth in Charlestown Navy Yard at 1 p.
I remember one time in the 1920s when a campaign to save Old Ironsides involved the public schools.
The Ironsides outscored their hosts by two tries to one with touchdowns from Darren Philpotts and Matthew Edwards, while Ryan Hill added the extras to one and a penalty to clinch a famous win.
Through collecting, preserving, and interpreting the stories of Old Ironsides, it is able to share the history of the ship and her crew with the public.
Known to sister ships as "Old Ironsides," USS United States, USS Constellation, USS Chesapeake, USS Congress, and USS President were a direct response to the Naval Act of 1794.
Thus the legend of Old Ironsides continued with one victory after another, sinking or destroying attacking warships that crossed her path.
The winners of Nant Conwy and Caernarfon will travel to take on the winners of Brynmawr and Tredegar Ironsides, while a trip to either Llantwit Fardre or Pentyrch awaits the winners of Ruthin's clash with Denbigh.
BORO fans wanting to know their Ian Baileys from their Ian Ironsides are advised to check out The Who's Who of Middlesbrough.
Constitution, constructed from live oak timbers, made a name for itself during the War of 1812 when British cannonballs bounced off its sides, earning it the nickname "Old Ironsides.