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Ew·ell

 (yo͞o′əl), Richard Stoddert 1817-1872.
American Confederate general who took part in the battles of Gettysburg (1863) and the Wilderness (1864) and was captured in Pennsylvania with his men (1865).

Ew•ell

(ˈyu əl)

n.
Richard Stoddert, 1817–72, Confederate lieutenant general in the U.S. Civil War.
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Christopher, 18, was attacked near his home in Ewell, Surrey, as he sang an Oasis hit in May last year.
Mr Fellowes, aged 60, from Ewell, Surrey, has issued the writ against the Queen at Portsmouth County Court in Hampshire.
They admitted taking part in the attack in Ewell, Surrey, but blamed each other for delivering the fatal blows.
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MP Charlie Elphicke, representative for Dover and Deal, this week welcomed a commitment to improve broadband after constituents in villages like Lydden and Temple Ewell revealed they get internet speeds of less than two megabytes per second -- ten times slower than parts of Dover town.
Cllr Rose said: The people of Lydden and Temple Ewell deserve better.
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