Ironside


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Ironside

nickname of Edmund II of England
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Yes, Mr Ironside, smoking is unhealthy, but some 25% of Scots still smoke - it is an addiction - and we have a comparable percentage number of voters who chose to take us off a cliff edge with a "no deal" Brexit.
Meanwhile, Ironside has departed for League Two Macclesfield Town after scoring 48 goals in 96 appearances.
Representing Ironside, of Nigg Kirk, Kevin Longino said: "He regrets accepting payment to hide drugs."
Jacob Waters regained Salvation Army's two-goal advantage at 3-1 and Ironside then nabbed a quick double to complete his hat-trick and take the game into extra time.
It came late in the first half, Ironside scoring from the penalty spot after strike partner Ashley Chambers had been upended inside the area.
The home side came close to pulling further clear on the hour mark but Cameron Belford produced an instinctive stop to deny Ironside his second before keeping out another effort from Williams.
Following a soft launch opening in January; the gym has been running its 10-week total body transformation course, Ironside Transform.
The Spartans' 'goalkeeper and defender Buddle misjudged a through ball, allowing Ironside into the area before he was brought to the ground.
But it took 22 minutes for the first effort to arrive when Chester keeper Grant Shenton miscued a header to return a long ball with Matty Waters saving his blushes, but the ball was eventually worked back to Joe Ironside who clipped an effort over Shenton from 25 yards.
Robinson Miller's new offices will occupy 4,001 square feet of Ironside Newark's third floor.
Lawrence had signed Ironside from Scarborough as cover for Pears 12 months earlier, though Ironside was not called up to make his Boro league debut until the remarkable promotion-clinching finale at Wolves.