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Roundhead

English history a supporter of Parliament against Charles I during the Civil War
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Roundhead cost Tuer, who owns the three-year-old, 6,000gns last month out of Richard Hannon's yard and is now two from two for his new trainer.
So even though there were 8,000 Royalists pitted against 3,000 Roundheads, the battle was one-sided.
Roundheads say that this is completely the wrong interpretation of the duties of a council chief executive.
Roundhead lespedeza germplasm was evaluated at two locations (environments).
HANDS up all those who would rather have been dashing Cavaliers than puritanical Roundheads.
A Roundhead force led by Sir John Meldrum bombarded the town for two months.
The threat of discovery by their enemies, principally fanatical Roundhead Abel Corbould, (Craig Kelly), always hangs over the fugitives in the classic adventure, written in the 1840s.
Assembly group leader and ex-academic Nick Bourne started the trend by drawing on the words of American journalist and novelist Mark Twain before - rather surprisingly - turning to revolutionary roundhead Oliver Cromwell for inspiration.
He says the best British military leader was Roundhead Oliver Cromwell - ahead of the Duke of Wellington, Admiral Nelson and Field Marshal Montgomery.
Bounds; Shields Walkway to the base of Seaham North Pier (the Old Beach) and the piers at Shields and Roker in bounds, including the Roundhead of Roker Pier (weather permitting).
Meekly suggesting it would be a "nice touch" if one of the world's richest women chipped in to renovate Buck House instead of condemning outright the grotesque splurging of PS369million on her grand abode was the muffled embarrassment of a Roundhead captured by the Cavaliers.
Newark, held by King Charles I's Royalists, played a major role in the struggle and was besieged three times by Oliver Cromwell's Roundhead forces.