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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 title is concisely brilliant, capturing the personal and hiking elements of the story: how Parnell evaluated her expectations of life and mountaineering, and chose thoughtful, well-measured deviations.
Parnell was born in Fulham, London, and rode his first winner in 1950 on Luseweed at Lanark.
Rollcall reported Tuesday that internal Democratic polling has Parnell down by around 10 points, which closes the gap from the beginning of the race.
Despite being in the midst of a recession in early 2012, Mr Scott and Mr Parnell believed the construction market would pick back up in the near future.
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My goal as head coach is not to be the legendary Danny Miles, but to use the foundation he has established and build upon it," Parnell said.
Even boss Ger Cunningham has admitted that while wins at Parnell and on the road are nice, the big prizes are handed out at Croke Park.
However, with 12 needed off the last over, Parnell kept the hosts to eight runs and bowled Abdur Rehman with the penultimate ball of the match.
Part of the problem in pinning Parnell down to a fixed political position rests on the paucity of private papers.