Parnell


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Irish nationalist leader (1846-1891)

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The UK company, which was set up in 2012 by Dave Scott and Steve Parnell, has enjoyed a 30% growth year on year in that time - and the new division, Scott Parnell Wales, is contributing to that.
Parnell, of no fixed address but formerly of Leamington, eventually pleaded guilty to making use of an imitation firearm with intent to resist arrest.
Parnell is a skilled writer whose narration reflects her resilience and growth.
Parnell was champion Flat jockey in Ireland in 1969 after riding 59 winners and won three Classics during his career - Atherstone Wood (1967 Irish 2,000 Guineas), Mistigo (1968 Irish 2,000 Guineas) and Miralla (1975 Irish 1,000 Guineas).
Prior to forming Scott Parnell the joint managing directors knew each other well having worked together at a well-known drainage and civils merchant.
As per the terms of the Contract Manufacturing Agreement, Merial will be buying certain sterile injectable products, exclusively from Parnell, with minimum annual purchase commitments of around 10-year term of the agreement.
As part of the ten year contract manufacturing agreement, Merial will purchase certain sterile injectable products, exclusively from Parnell, with minimum annual purchase commitments.
Parnell was a NAIA first-team, All-American for Miles at Oregon Tech in 2010 and served as associate head coach for the Owls last season.
The Dubs have just two home games in this season's Division 1A campaign, one at Parnell Park and the other at Croker.
TONY PARNELL & K'LYNNE JOHNSON Tony Parnell has been named chief executive officer of Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc.
COLIN Ingram's superb 96 and an excellent last over from Wayne Parnell secured Glamorgan a three-run victory against Somerset in a thrilling Twenty20 Blast game at Taunton.
Charles Stewart Parnell continues to enthuse and mystify scholars of nineteenth-century Ireland.
SEXUAL DESIRE, ARREST AND ATTEMPTED MURDER don't exactly sound like the makings of a Disney animated feature--and that's why Peter Parnell thinks The Hunchback of Notre Dame has thus far been a "neglected gem" in the Mouse's canon.
Not only is Parnell Reilly taking up the senior post at Fixby, following his retirement as professional at Bradley Park, but his grandson Kaylem Billy will be Junior Captain as well.