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Northern and Ireland
In England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Australia, arraignment is the first of eleven stages in a criminal trial, and involves the clerk of the court reading out the indictment.
* 1995 – U. S. President Bill Clinton became the first President to visit Northern Ireland.
Shortly after, 18 British Army soldiers are killed in an ambush near Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland ( see Warrenpoint ambush ).
* 1971 – The Troubles: The British security forces in Northern Ireland launch Operation Demetrius.
* 1922 – Six Irish Catholic civilians are shot and beaten-to-death by a gang of policemen in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
* 1969 – Operation Banner: British troops are deployed in Northern Ireland.
* Adrian Dunbar ( born 1958 ), Northern Ireland actor
* 1998 – Omagh bombing in Northern Ireland, the worst terrorist incident of The Troubles
Several offences of assault exist in Northern Ireland.
The Criminal Justice ( Miscellaneous Provisions ) Act ( Northern Ireland ) 1968 creates the offences of:
under secction 7 ( 1 )( a ), but that section has been superseded by section 66 ( 1 ) of the Police ( Northern Ireland ) Act 1998 ( c. 32 ) which now provides that it is an offence for a person to, amongst other things, assault a constable in the execution of his duty, or a person assisting a constable in the execution of his duty.
* 1969 – Violence erupts after the Apprentice Boys of Derry march in Derry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom resulting in a three-day communal riot known as the Battle of the Bogside.
Jackson's father was born in Carrickfergus, County Antrim, in current-day Northern Ireland, around 1738.
* However, a larger 35ml measure is increasingly used ( and in particular is standard in Northern Ireland ), which contains 1. 4 units of alcohol.
In the United Kingdom, dialects, word use and accents vary not only between England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, but also within them.
* 19 801-Calls to other parts of the Republic of Ireland, Irish mobile numbers and to landlines in Northern Ireland.
* Ash ( band ), a rock band from Northern Ireland
When the office of Lord High Admiral was in commission, as it was for most of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries until it reverted to the Crown, it was exercised by a Board of Admiralty, officially known as the Commissioners for Exercising the Office of Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, & c. ( alternatively of England, Great Britain or the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland depending on the period ).
Other examples include Britannia Bridge over the Menai Strait and Craigavon Bridge in Derry, Northern Ireland.
* United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, a sovereign state in western Europe
In Northern Ireland it was a poor night for the Ulster Unionists, and despite gaining North Down they lost 5 seats behind them.
For example, although the words wee and little are interchangeable in some contexts, wee ( as an adjective ) is almost exclusively written by some people from some parts of northern Britain ( and especially Scotland ) or from Northern Ireland, whereas in Southern England and Wales, little is used predominantly.
Charlton's next England game was his 75th as England beat Northern Ireland ; 2 caps later and he had become England's second most-capped player, behind the veteran Billy Wright, who was approaching his 100th appearance when Charlton was starting out and ended with 105 caps.

Northern and coach
Pecatonica is the hometown of Hacks Auction, Northern Illinois premeir auction house and J & J Tumbling and Trampoline which has produced several world class athletes, including 1988 Woman's Tumbling World Champion Megan Cunningham Gearhart ( later a coach ) and National Trampoline Team member Michael Devine.
* Eldon Miller-former men's college basketball coach at Wittenberg University, Western Michigan University, Ohio State University, and the University of Northern Iowa
When the Northern Union clubs broke away from the RFU to form what is now rugby league, the Morley representatives missed the coach to Huddersfield as they were still in the pub.
McIlroy soon left to become the Northern Ireland national coach and was replaced by former Manchester United colleague Peter Davenport.
Warner also returned to Northern Iowa and worked as a graduate assistant coach with the football team, all the while still hoping to get another tryout with an NFL team.
The team, coached by former Loyola Marymount coach Ron Jacobs, played internationally as the Northern Consolidated Cement and San Miguel Beer, winning the 1984 ABC Club Basketball Championship Cup and participated in the 1985 World Cup for Champion Clubs at Girona, Spain.
* John Cunningham ( Northern Ireland footballer ), football coach and former football player
* Sidney Forster – builder, 2001 ( instrumental in amateur football, notably the Northern Ontario Conference as coach and president ).
* Northern Pacific 1370, a heavyweight coach built by the Pullman Company in 1915 for service on the North Coast Limited.
* Paddy Sloan ( 1921 – 1993 ), Northern Irish footballer and coach
All equipment has been reconditioned to updated standard operating condition, including classic open window coaches, several Great Northern express coaches and a refreshment coach.
* George Evans ( coach ), nicknamed " Chick ", American football, basketball, and baseball coach at Northern Illinois University from the 1920s to 1950s
* Brendan Rodgers ( b. 1973 ), Northern Irish football ( soccer ) coach
* Roy Coyle ( b. 1946 ), Northern Ireland professional football player and coach
He was the coach of VFL reserve side, Northern Bullants for the 2009 season.
image: FirstGroup coach Aircoach livery Setra 05 D 62327 in Belfast, Northern Ireland 20 March 2009. jpg | Setra S 315 GT-HD
David Hobbs became coach at Northern in 1990 until he left for Wakefield Trinity in 1994.
John Kear left Hull FC on 3 April 2006 after a disappointing start to the season, which saw Hull lose four out of their first seven league games and also their defence of the Challenge Cup being ended at the first hurdle against the Bradford Northern in a 23 – 12 defeat, to be replaced by Peter Sharp who was recruited from Parramatta Eels where he was assistant coach.
Ian Millward returned as the club's head coach for 2010, Leigh took advantage of their reprieve and had a terrific season, finishing in third place in the Co-Operative Championship before losing at home in the play-offs to Sheffield Eagles, whilst also reaching the semi finals of the Northern Rail Cup before being knocked out by eventual winners Batley Bulldogs.
Joshua Gros is currently an assistant coach with the Northern Virginia Royals of the USL Premier Development League.
After borrowing a horse at Powell Creek, just north of Renner Springs, Northern Territory, he rode to Katherine where he caught the mail coach to the railhead at Pine Creek.
Willie Anderson ( born 3 April 1955 in Sixmilecross, Northern Ireland ) is a rugby union coach and former Ireland international.
After graduation, he served as an assistant coach at Northern Arizona University and the University of Oklahoma.

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