Charles Stewart, 1846–91, Irish political leader.
- Par·nell·ism, noun
- Par·nell·ite, noun
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How to use Parnell in a sentence
Parnell will have partial physical custody of the children on three weekends each month.
Parnell and Snell separated in 2018, according to court documents.
Parnell said in a statement that he was “devastated by the decision” and that he intends to appeal the judge’s ruling.
Parnell has denied her allegations as “complete fabrications.”
Parnell said those considering a role with a crisis-bitten company should evaluate whether the company is still denying its problem or moving to fix it.Colonial Pipeline wants a cybersecurity manager. Who’s willing to work for a company in crisis? | Kim Bellware | May 19, 2021 | Washington Post
James Parnell Spears drove to the residence and followed his wife, who was in another car, through the guard gate.Britney Spears Civil Trial Ends in Win for Singer and Her Family | Maria Elena Fernandez | November 2, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
He also alleges that Parnell Spears punched him in the chest.Lawsuit Against Britney Spears and Parents Heads to Los Angeles Trial | Maria Elena Fernandez | October 10, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Henry Brook Parnell, famed as a political writer and liberalist, died by his own hand.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
Throughout the struggle Parnell showed equal audacity and coolness, and acquired a masterly knowledge of parliamentary forms.
Next session the government brought in a Coercion Bill, which Mr. Parnell opposed vigorously.
After formal evidence was given by the petitioner, the usual decree was granted with costs against Parnell (November 17, 1890).
Parnell now began an action against the Times, which was quickly compromised by a payment of 5,000.
British Dictionary definitions for Parnell
Charles Stewart. 1846–91, Irish nationalist, who led the Irish Home Rule movement in Parliament (1880–90) with a calculated policy of obstruction. Although Gladstone was converted to Home Rule (1886), Parnell's career was ruined by the scandal over his adultery with Mrs O'Shea
- Parnellism, noun
- Parnellite, noun, adjective
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