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Parnell

Charles Stewart. 1846--91, Irish nationalist, who led the Irish Home Rule movement in Parliament (1880--90) with a calculated policy of obstruction. Although Gladstone was converted to Home Rule (1886), Parnell's career was ruined by the scandal over his adultery with Mrs O'Shea
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The Welsh county have the option of replacing Parnell with another overseas star but coach Toby Radford insists they haven't yet made a decision.
Parnell made his international debut at the age of 19, has played four Tests, 33 IT20s and 46 ODIs, and was part of the South African squad at the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Donal McCartney opens the book with a chapter on Parnell and the meaning of Home Rule: while the essay provides an adequate overview of Parnell's refusal to be pinned down to a hard-and-fast definition of Irish self-government for strategic purposes, there is little new in the analysis.
The words get used all too often as people say they are 'honoured and humbled' to become Captain of a club like Huddersfield, but I genuinely am absolutely thrilled," said Parnell, who left Bradley Park after 33 years at the helm back in October.
Mr Parnell said she was never unconscious or asleep, she responded to sex and never rejected him.
Nevertheless, Partnership contracts within the state and the firms are the next step to move the gasline project forward, stated by Parnell.
Parnell has managed to play four Tests, 33 ODIs and 28 T20 Internationals since his 2009 debut, taking seven, 45 and 29 wickets respectively.
Lieutenant Sean Parnell was a fresh-faced Army Ranger in 2006 (4) when he deployed from Fort Drum, New York, to the Bermel District of Afghanistan (5) as the leader of Third Platoon, Bravo Company, Second Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment.
When asked what it was like to switch from good performances in domestic cricket to perform in sub-continental conditions, Parnell said: "I have been out of this environment for some time and to get back to it after putting in some good performances in the domestic scene is really nice.
Although Parnell is a bowling all-rounder, his spirited career-best knock of 56 in the first ODI against Pakistan on Wednesday showed that he can be primed for the important all-rounder role within the team.
Mr Parnell, a partner at city law firm Sydney Mitchell, has been a member of the organisation for ten years and his daughter was keen to follow suit, though she wasn't expecting to beat his score.