American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A borough of eastern England near the North Sea northeast of London. It was a commercial and pottery-making center from the 7th to the 12th century and was later (16th century) important in the woolen trade. Population: 138,000.
“Lynne Mortimer for The East Anglian Daily Times in Ipswich, England, writes, A few weeks back, I wrote about the undulating features of my figure and have been inundated with suggestions.”
“An inquiry from a friend in Ipswich – a local historian – sent me there to look for a particular building called Brookes Hall.”
“And this is my conclusion: When they did a census of the Ipswich lace makers, there were 102 houses in Ipswich at the time and 600 women making lace, and they all said they did it in their own homes.”
“Given Wentworth's known Protestant sympathies and his insistence on proclaiming Jane as Queen in Ipswich, it is worth considering what possible means of persuasion Tyrrell and Glemham could have used to induce Wentworth to desert the Grey regime.”
“If she could not win Ipswich which was part of her affinity, then how could she hope to sway the country as a whole to her cause.”
“Wentworth's influence had been primarily responsible for Cornwallis's decision initially to proclaim Jane in Ipswich despite Mary's repeated orders to the contrary.”
“One of the messengers fled for his life after he proclaimed Mary in Ipswich in defiance of the local elite's decision to proclaim Jane. 56 Norwich officials refused to allow Mary's messengers entry into the city because they claimed that they had not received confirmation of the king's death.”
“Steve Wright has just had a similar sentence passed for the murders of Tania Nicol, Gemma Adams, Anneli Alderton, Annette Nicholls, and Paula Clennell, all working in Ipswich, Suffolk.”
“Sir – My 14-year-old son witnessed an incident in Ipswich on Friday evening in which a friend was assaulted and injured.”
“Yes, Sweet - and 10cc and Suzi Quatro - were our heroes/heroines of choice [.. load up load up load up the rub-ber-buber bullets ....] but there was a strange chap in Ipswich who covered a girl's blouse in baking foil in a tribute to GG and used to walk around the town centre on a Saturday morning dressed in it and a pair of shoes with 4 heels sprayed silver.”
Looking for tweets for Ipswich.