parnell in A Sentence

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    Parnell Square.

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    Charles Stewart Parnell.

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    Steve Parnell.

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    Reg Parnell.

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    Stewart Parnell.

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    Her running mate was State Senator Sean Parnell.

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    Was he there with Parnell?

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    The leader of the Land League, Parliament member Charles Stewart Parnell, was giving a speech to many of the members of that organization.

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    It is further reported that he used the name‘Steve Parnell' while filming.

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    Next, the teeming masses decided to use Parnell's proposed social ostracism against Boycott and anyone who worked under him.

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    During practice for a 500 km race a Brooklands, fellow driver Reg Parnell misjudged an overtaking move on the banking.

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    Six years later, a federal jury in Georgia convicted its owner, Stewart Parnell, of fraud, conspiracy and other charges.

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    An early depiction of a ventriloquist dates to 1754 in England, where Sir John Parnell is depicted in the painting An Election Entertainment by William Hogarth as speaking via his hand.

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    However, Patel put in a Man of the Match performance to return personal best figures of 4/29 off nine overs, taking the final wicket of Wayne Parnell to lead India to a 1-run victory, India's first against South Africa in South Africa since 2003.

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    For example, she endorsed Parnell's bid to unseat the state's longtime at-large U.S. Representative, Don Young, and she publicly challenged then-U.S. Senator Ted Stevens to come clean about the federal investigation into his financial dealings.

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    During the speech, after the crowd, in true mob-like fashion, expressed that any tenant farmer who bids on an evicted neighbor's land should be killed, Parnell humbly suggested that another tack should be used.

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    After lunch, continue north along nearby O'Connell Street- nod hello to the James Joyce statue near the Spire, an almost 400-foot monument that looks like a giant knitting needle and is universally loathed by Dubliners, who call it the“Stiletto in the Ghetto”- until you reach Parnell Square, home to the Dublin Writers Museum.

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