Ironsides


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ironsides

(ˈaɪənˌsaɪdz)
n
1. a person with great stamina or resistance
2. (Historical Terms) an ironclad ship
3. (Historical Terms) (often capital) (in the English Civil War)
a. the cavalry regiment trained and commanded by Oliver Cromwell
b. Cromwell's entire army
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Noun1.ironsides - English general and statesman who led the parliamentary army in the English Civil War (1599-1658)Ironsides - English general and statesman who led the parliamentary army in the English Civil War (1599-1658)
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RISCA of Division Four East upset league rivals Tredegar Ironsides to reach the Millennium Stadium for the first time in their history.
White oak used on Old Ironsides most often comes from Constitution Grove in Crane, Indiana, but it is live oak that is the most difficult wood to find in the sizes required for the ship.
The Tredegar Amateur Boxing Club will be promoting a boxing show at the Ironsides Club, Tredegar, March 9, doors open at 7pm.
In Division Three East Abergavenny continued their march towards promotion with a 36-8 win over Tredegar Ironsides, William Harris, Stephen Evans and Gareth Carney among the scorers at Bailey Park.
Llandaff closed in on the Division Four East title with a 35-3 win over strugglers Chepstow, but still saw their lead cut by one point after Tredegar Ironsides grabbed a bonus point in their 76-0 win over Brynithel.
Llangefni bushed aside visitors Tredegar Ironsides 38-5 with wing I wan Davies contributing 13 of his sides points with a try and four conversions.
This press release is transmitted on behalf of Ironsides
Navy's most famous ship (and still in commission), "Old Ironsides.
Vacation discount: Kids 16 and under can visit the USS Constitution Museum - dedicated to the history of Old Ironsides, anchored in Boston Harbor - for free every school vacation week, as well as weekends, all year when accompanied by their parents.
Brynmawr accounted for Gwent rivals Tredegar Ironsides 31-9, the tries coming from Nathan Preece, Matthew Jordan, Richard Derrington and Damien Hudd.
In the Gwent Worthington District 2nd XV League, Tredegar Ironsides are top, despite a 16-8 loss at New Tredegar.
Llandaff stay top of Division Four East after they beat third-placed Tredegar Ironsides 13-3, with Barry Greenley scoring the only try of the game.