American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Parnell, Charles Stewart 1846-1891. Irish nationalist leader who served as a member of the British parliament (1875-1891) and led Ireland's Home Rule Movement.
- n. Irish nationalist leader (1846-1891)
“Even the man who was more than any other responsible for his fall said of Parnell (Mr Barry O'Brien's _Life of Parnell_):”
“Republican Sean Parnell is expected to win the governor's seat.”
“Sean Parnell is full of B.S. when he says "Sarah Palin is Alaska's greatest gift to the United States".”
“Apparently Sean Parnell is one of the few people not on the payroll of CNN or MSNBC.”
“Meanwhile her replacement, Sean Parnell is sitting on some high ratings himself now.”
“Sean Parnell is president of the Center for Competitive Politics, an advocacy group based outside Washington, in Virginia.”
“Whenever I hear the name Parnell I think of Joyce and Yeats.”
“The company also sells peanut butter under the name Parnell's Pride.”
“Parnell is in zero danger of losing the election; he’s just a wingnut.”
“Sean Parnell is stuck with her administration composed of holdover Democrats and Wasilla high school buddies and can’t repudiate her programs.”
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