James "Beg" Stewart
James "Beag" Stewart (c1410-1470) of Baldorran was the seventh illegitimate son of James Mor Stewart (known as "James the Fat"), who fled into exile in Ireland when his father Murdoch Stewart, Duke of Albany was executed for treason by James I of Scotland in 1425. James the Fat would never return t...
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James "Sonny" Crockett
James "Sonny" Crockett is a fictional character from the Miami Vice television series and film of the same name. The character is portrayed by Don Johnson in the television series, and Colin Farrell in the movie version of the show. He was introduced in the Miami Vice pilot in 1984 and appeared in ...
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James A. Clift
James Augustus Clift (December 22, 1857 – 1923) was a lawyer, insurance agent and political figure in Newfoundland. He represented Port de Grave from 1889 to 1893 and Twillingate from 1900 to 1919 in the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly as a Liberal. He was born in St. John`s, the son ...
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James A. Colescott
James A. Colescott (January 1897 - January 12, 1950) was an Imperial Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Under financial pressure from the IRS, he disbanded the group, the second wave of the original Ku Klux Klan, in 1944. ==Biography== He was born in Terre Haute, Indiana to Frank Colescott ...
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James A. Corbett
James A. "Jim" Corbett (born in Casper, Wyoming, October 8, 1933 - died near Benson, Arizona, August 2, 2001) was an American rancher, writer, Quaker, philosopher, and human rights activist and a co-founder of the Sanctuary movement. ==Life== The son of a teacher and a substitute teacher, Corbett w...
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James A. Garfield Monument
The James A. Garfield Monument stands on the grounds of the United States Capitol in the circle at First Street, S.W., and Maryland Avenue, Washington, D.C. It is a memorial to President James A. Garfield, elected in 1880 and assassinated in 1881 after serving only four months of his term, by a dis...
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James A. Guest
James A. Guest is an American lawyer and consumer advocate. He currently President and CEO of Consumers Union, a position he was appointed to in 2001 after 20 years as Chairman of the Board of CU. After graduating from Harvard, he completed a Woodrow Wilson fellowship in economics from MIT. In the ...
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James A. Knight
James A. Knight, MD, was a psychiatrist, theologian, and medical ethicist. He was an ordained Methodist minister. His principle contributions were in medical student development, the intersection of psychiatry and religion, ethical issues in medicine, and the understanding of conscience. Knight hel...
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James A. Lockhart
James Alexander Lockhart was a United States Representative from North Carolina. He was born in Anson County, North Carolina, on June 2, 1850, and attended the common schools. Lockhart graduated from Trinity College, in Durham, North Carolina, in June 1873; he studied law in Charlotte, North Caroli...
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James A. Mount
James Atwell Mount (March 24, 1843 – January 16, 1901) was the 24th Governor of Indiana from 1897 to 1901. His term coincided with the economic recovery following the Panic of 1893, and focused primarily on industrial regulations and advancement of agriculture. As governor during the Spanish-Amer...
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James A. Mount
James A Mount was an American politician. He was a Republican governor of Indiana from 1897 until 1901.
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James A. Roosevelt
James Alfred Roosevelt (June 13, 1825 – July 15, 1898) was an American merchant, a member of the Roosevelt family, and an uncle of United States President Theodore Roosevelt. He became a member of his father Cornelius Roosevelt`s mercantile firm at the age of twenty, and eventually succeeded him ...
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James A. Stewart
[Medal of Honor] James A. Stewart (born 1839, year of death unknown) was a United States Marine and a recipient of the United States military`s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor. ==Biography== Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1839, Stewart enlisted in the Marine Corps from that st...
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James A. Talbot
James A. Talbot (1880?–July 17, 1936) was an American businessman who became President of the Western Pipe and Steel Company of San Francisco, California in the 1910s, and who later became head of the Richfield Oil Company based in the same city. Talbot was interested in aviation and in the 1920s...
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James A. von der Heydt
===Statement by HighKing=== Ireland can be used to refer to many different things, but is mainly used to refer to either the island or the modern state. Ambiguity exists for this term. Using the term Republic of Ireland to refer to the modern Irish state causes division among editors and, regardles...
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James A. Wright
James Assion Wright (August 11, 1902 – November 7, 1963) was an American lawyer from Pennsylvania who served in the U.S. Congress from 1941 to 1945. ==Biography== James A. Wright was born in Carnegie, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts in 192...
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[Indian Army officer] General Sir James Abbott, KCB (12 March 1807 – 6 October 1896), was a British army officer and administrator in colonial India.The Pakistani city of Abbottabad was founded and named by him. ==Family background== James Abbott was the 3rd son of Henry Alexius Abbott, a ...
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[footballer] James Abbott (born 1892, date of death unknown) was a footballer who played in the Football League for Manchester City. He was born in Patricroft, England. He played in three top flight games for Manchester City, prior to the outbreak of World War One, scoring two goals in three...
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James Alan Holt
James Holt (b. 10 May 1982, at Shrewsbury, Shropshire) is a journalist and radio news reader, currently the Head of News at MNA Broadcasting. He was named as Weekly Journalist of the Year in 2005 at the Newspaper Society awards. He reads the news on both the Severn for Shrewsbury and the Severn for...
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James S. Albert is a professor of biology at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Dr. Albert is an author of over 80 scientific papers on the evolution and diversity of fishes, and is an expert in the systematics and biodiversity of Neotropical electric fishes (Gymnotiformes). Dr. Albert and h...
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[screenwriter] James Albert is an Indian screenwriter who works mainly in Malayalam cinema. He is probably most popular for his debut screenplay Classmates (2006). ==Filmography== ...
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James Alexander Grant
Sir James Alexander Grant, KCMG (August 11, 1831 – February 5, 1920) was an Ontario physician and political figure. He represented Russell in the Canadian House of Commons as a Conservative Party of Canada member from 1867 to 1874; he also represented the City of Ottawa in the federal parliament ...
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James Alexander Forrest
Sir James "Jim" Alexander Forrest (10 March 1905-26 September 1990) was an Australian lawyer, businessman and philanthropist. Born in Kerang, Victoria, Forrest was educated at Caulfield Grammar School in Melbourne before studying an articled clerk`s course at the University of Melbourne. Although t...
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James Alexander Shohat
James Alexander Shohat (1886 November 18, Brest-Litovsk – 1944 October 8, Philadelphia) was an American mathematician at the University of Pennsylvania who worked on the moment problem. ...
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James Allen Keast
Professor James Allen Keast (15 November 1922 – 8 March 2009) was an Australian ornithologist, and Professor of Biology at Queen`s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Born in Turramurra, New South Wales, he performed war service 1941–45 in New Guinea and New Britain. He earned his BSc (1950)...
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