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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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The boy was pronounced dead at the scene," Ireton said. 
Mr Ireton said: "It will be very difficult for them to take in properly I have no doubt.
The multiple references to mining in Tieck, however, would have warranted a closer imbrication with the geo-poetical subtext of the entire volume, which looms large, for example, in Sean Ireton's elegant reading of Stifter's Nachsommer.
Karin Ireton, director of group sustainability management at Standard Bank of South Africa, said, "Political consensus has to be sufficient and sustainable."
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.
Police who called to a cul-de-sac at Ireton Court in Thame, Oxfordshire, at 2.21am on Sunday found the pair with fatal injuries.
"Our policy is to take the lead partnership role in all of the movies we produce," says Warner Japan topper William Ireton.
The two feedlots--Groeneweg Farm, of Rock Valley, Iowa, and Gradert/Cla-Don/Winterfeld Feedlot of Ireton, Iowa--also must apply for NPDES permits and complete wastewater controls by Oct.
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.
Foremost among these rivals for attention is surely Cromwell's son-in-law Henry Ireton, and in this new biographical study David Farr emphasises that, for the period between the spring of 1647 and the new year of 1649, "one of the most important influences on Cromwell ...
This work is not a biography of Henry Ireton. Rather, its author's aim is to relate Ireton to the various events of the English Civil Wars that shaped both his own position and that of the New Model Army concerning the goals of the rebellion.
His works have been commissioned by the Tanglewood Music Center in collaboration with the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, the Michigan MTA, saxophonists Donald Sinta and Brian Sacawa, and the Bishop Ireton Symphonic Wind Ensemble, among others.