Crossword clues for ince
- "Civilization" director Thomas
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- Director Thomas H. ___ of the silent era
- Thomas H. ___, the Father of the Western
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- Hollywood pioneer
- Actor-director of early films
- Hollywood director of silents
- English furniture designer: 18th century
Ince is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. It is situated immediately to the east of the Stanlow Oil Refinery. It shares Ince and Elton railway station with the village of Elton, which it runs into. According to the 2001 Census, it was recorded as having a population of 209.
Ince Park is being developed near the village.
Ince was a parliamentary constituency in England which elected one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It comprised the town of Ince-in-Makerfield and other towns south of Wigan.
It was created by the Redistribution of Seats Act 1885 as a division of the parliamentary county of Lancashire. The constituency boundaries were redrawn in 1918 and 1950, and in 1974 it was reclassified as a borough constituency.
The constituency ceased to exist with the implementation of the 1983 boundary changes and was largely replaced by the Makerfield Parliamentary constituency.
Ince is an English toponymic surname, from Ince in Cheshire or one of two places historically in Lancashire (now known as Ince Blundell and Ince-in-Makerfield). It is also a Turkish surname . The name may refer to:
- Ada Ince (1913-1975), American film actress
- Basil Ince (born 1933), Trinidadian sprinter
- Clayton Ince, Trinidadian football player
- Edward Lindsay Ince (1891-1941), English mathematician
- Sir Godfrey Ince, British civil servant
- Harry Ince (1893-1978), Barbadian cricketer
- Henry Ince (1736-1808), British Army officer
- Henry Bret Ince (1830-1889), British businessman, writer and politician
- Izzet Ince (born 1981), Turkish weighlifter
- James Ince (born c. 1969), American NASCAR crew chief
- John F. Ince, American author and business journalist
- John Ince (Australian politician) (1831-1897)
- John Ince (politician), Canadian politician
- John Ince (actor) (1878–1947)
- John Ince (footballer) (1908 - after 1934), English footballer
- John Ince (missionary), early British Protestant missionary
- Joseph Murray Ince (1806-1859), Welsh painter
- Kaan Ince (1970-1992), Turkish writer and poet
- Kamran Ince, Turkish-American composer
- Paul Ince, English football player
- Robin Ince, English comedian
- Ralph Ince (1887-1937), American film actor and director
- Rohan Ince, English football player
- Sabit İnce (born 1934), Turkish poet
- Steve Ince, award winning British video games designer
- Tom Ince, English football player, son of Paul Ince
- Thomas H. Ince, American silent film actor and director
- Tony Ince, Canadian politician
- William Ince (cabinet maker), British cabinetmaker
- William Ince (theologian), British theologian
- William Ince (MP), MP for Chester, 1660–1661
Ince is a village in Cheshire, England
Ince may also refer to:
- Ince-in-Makerfield in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan
- Ince (UK Parliament constituency), a former constituency covering Ince-in-Makerfield
- Ince Blundell, a village in Merseyside
- Ince Castle, a manor house in Cornwall
- İncə, Goychay, Azerbaijan
- İncə, Shaki, Azerbaijan
Usage examples of "ince".
I was present at the interview of Harold Ince on October the twentieth last year.
There was a photograph of Harold Ince being led to a police van by the court guard Rebus had shared a smoke with.
Marshall was right under Ince's thumb at that time, loved the way Ince ordered him about.
His reasoning: Ince was the elder, with the higher IQ And though early on in the relationship, there was no doubt that he'd been the leader, the pupil had soon become the master.
Not that Rebus expected anything from Ince: no violence, no escape attempt.
Once you're dead, maybe Ince and Marshall will rethink their loyalty to you.
It was also the same interview room where Harold Ince had first been questioned.
SInce Wilson was then running for president as the peace candidate, Ince added an epilogue to the film, showing Wilson himself thanking Ince for having made so powerful a contribution to peace and, as it turned out, his own re-election.
Currently, an Emma Traxler production was playing to capacity audiences at the Capitol while Emma Traxler herself was on view at the nearby Mercury in “a very special vehicle,” as Thomas Ince had called what looked to be suspiciously like a hearse for whatever ambition she might have had as a photo-play star.
Wharton, who had complained to Blaise, who had told Emma, who had warned Thomas Ince, who had said, “Let her sue.