American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Ince, Thomas Harper 1882-1924. American film director, producer, and screenwriter who teamed up with D.W. Griffith and Mack Sennett in 1915 to form Triangle Pictures. His best known directorial effort is Civilization (1916).
“Ince is County's sixth in 13 months, not all Trew's doing.”
“Paul Ince is set to be introduced as the Notts County manager today after provisionally agreeing a 3½-year contract with the League One club.”
“Robin Ince's Bad Book Club, On tourFive years ago, stand-up comic and secularist campaigner Robin Ince founded The Book Club, an initially London-based comedy night offering a forward-looking, creative alternative to the comedy mainstream which offered Ince a chance to indulge in one of his (numerous) obsessions: exploring the most bizarre, misguided and reprehensible corners of the world of literature.”
“Jones was born June 20, 1906, in Ince, England, and emigrated with his parents to”
“The nickname Ince attached to himself as a player is more suited to Ferguson given the enormous number of trophies he has acquired in a stellar managerial career.”
“That was during a discussion of Ince, with whom, like all of his old players, Ferguson's relationship has ebbed and flowed -- his recent apology and regret for calling Ince a”
“Confusingly, there are two different free festivals and they hate one another, but on their programmes you'll find established stars such as Robin Ince and Norman Lovett, as well as some of the finest emerging talents around.”
“But like the 1998 men's World Cup, when Paul Ince and David Batty missed their chances against Argentina, the women's team were also defeated 4-3 on spot kicks.”
“There is still no word from the authorities about the cases of Ahmet Yildiz who were shot to death on 15 July 2008 in Istanbul and Dilek Ince who were shot to death on 12 November 2008 in Ankara.”
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