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Ironside

nickname of Edmund II of England
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Thompson and Knight LLP served as legal counsel to Brazos, Morgan Stanley was represented by Latham and Watkins LLP, and Old Ironsides Energy was represented by Weil, Gotshal and Manges LLP.
30 September 2017: Abergavenny v Monmouth, Newport HSOB v RTB Ebbw Vale, Abertysswg v Tredegar Ironsides, Machen v Usk, Blackwood Stars v Oakdale, Chepstow v Fleur De Lys.
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.m., where she will continue undergoing preparations for transition into Drydock 1 in Charlestown Navy Yard in March 2015.
Old Ironsides took a turn around Boston Harbor a few weeks ago and now goes into dry dock for a two-year renovation.
SWALEC BOWL Tredgar Ironsides 5 Llandudno 47 LLANDUDNO eased into the next round of the Swalec Bowl, scoring seven tries and converting six as they remained unbeaten in league and cup this season.
SIX East's Tredegar Ironsides produced the shock of the fourth round of the Swalec Bowl, as they dispatched Four East highfliers Ynysddu 15-13 to book a last 16 place.
The highlight for many was the 4th of July turnaround cruise of the Constitution, also known as Old Ironsides, featuring a 21-gun salute exchange with nearby Fort Independence.
An officer on cutting edge "ironsides" ships that were just beginning to be used in combat, Warley saw action in the Mexican War, and later, after the secession of South Carolina, as a commander of armored ships fighting the Union navy in New Orleans.
It was then that the ship earned her famous nickname, "Old Ironsides."
The Perfect Wreck--"Old Ironsides" and HMS Java: A Story of 1812.
After more than 200 years of service to country, and still going strong, "Old Ironsides," as it is referred to, was proposed in the late 1700s as part of a bigger plan for Navy seapower.