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  1. 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.
  2. Ince was a parliamentary constituency in England which elected one Member of Parliament 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.
    • also known as Ince, Wigan
    • part of Wigan

There are other places with in their name, like Ince Blundell.


Who is Ince?

Ince a.k.a. Indrek Soom is a musical artist, musician.

  • born on (38 years ago)
  • member of musical group Soul Militia between and (5 years)


"Ince" is a musical EP of Geoff White.

  • released in (11 years ago)


Ince is a family name.

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Google previewThe Politics of Lust

by John Ince

John Ince is a lawyer, journalist, and cofounder of The Art of Loving (, a sexuality center in Vancouver, BC. ...

Google previewBibliotheca Technologica (1737)

Or, a Philological Library of Literary Arts and Sciences. [Twenty-eight Lines] by Benjamin Martin

TE MPE R/INCE is that Virtue which IV- Turpesets proper Bounds and Limits to our natural Ap- "m" &WHpetites and Desires, in Things which respect the present Life. The Virtue of Temperanee is very extensive, and comprehends the following , ...

Google previewAn attempt to discriminate the styles of architecture in England (1835)

from the Conquest to the Reformation : with a sketch of the Grecian and Roman orders, notices of numerous British edifices, and some remarks on the architecture of a part of France by Thomas Rickman

Ince is an ancient church, with some traces of Norman date, but most of it is much later. Near this church is a building, once the Manor House of the Abbots of St. Werburg ; its character is Late Perpendicular. The small chapel of Bruera, ...

Google previewA Guide to Early Years and Primary Teaching (2016)

by Dominic Wyse, Sue Rogers

Amanda Ince is a lecturer in education at UCL Institute Contributor biographies ix .

Google previewThe Legal, Medical and Cultural Regulation of the Body (2016)

Transformation and Transgression by Stephen W. Smith

Kate Ince is a reader in french film and gender Studies at the university of Birmingham. Claire McIvor is a Lecturer ...

Google previewTransforming Settler States (1990)

Communal Conflict and Internal Security in Northern Ireland and Zimbabwe by Ronald John Weitzer

ince is a political liability, an international embarrassment, and an economic drain for Britain;11 it offers little compensation in return (e.g., cheap labor, a market for exports, counterinsurgency lessons).12 A second perspective depicts British ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Early Cinema (2005)

by Richard Abel

KRISTEN WHISSEL Ince, Ralph b ...

Google previewBarclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1822)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), William SHORTON

INCE'NDIARY, s. [incendiarius, Lat. incendiaire, Fr.] one who maliciously and wilfully sets towns or houses on fire. Figuratively, one who inflames factions; one who causes commotionsin a state, or promotes quarrels between rivate persons.

Google previewBarclay's Universal English Dictionary, etc. (The Improved London Edition of Barclay's Dictionary, superbly embellished.) With maps (1835)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), Thomas Noble, William SHORTON

INCE'NDIARY, s. [incendiarius, Lat. incendiaire, Fr.] one who maliciously and wilfully sets towns or houses on fire. Figuratively, one who inflames factions; one who causes commotions in a state, or promotes quarrels between rivate persons.

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The best player I've ever played with was Paul Gascoigne. He had everything. He was amazing. (Paul Ince)
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