James

(I) King of Aragón from 1213, when he succeeded his father. He conquered the Balearic Islands and took Valencia from the Moors, dividing it with Alfonso X of Castile by a treaty of 1244. Both these exploits are recorded in his autobiography Libre dels feyts/Chronicle...
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James

[automobile company] The James automobile company (called the J&M Motor Car Company) was created in 1909 by H. K. James. == History == The first car, called a Model A, was tested on April 2, 1909 on a 100 mile test run. A reporter wronte that the James `will climb and ordinary hill with two or four passengers.` The Model A was a highwheeler...
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James

[musician] Faruq Mahfuz Anam (ফারুক মাহফুজ আনাম), known by his stage name James, is a Bangladeshi singer, guitarist, and composer. He is currently the lead guitarist and vocal of the band Nagar Baul (formerly known as Feelings). He has also played back in few songs in Bollywood movies. He was often referred to ...
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James

[name] James came into the English language from the Old French variation James of the late Latin name Iacomus. This was a dialect variant of Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōbos), from Hebrew יעקב (Yaʻaqov) (Jacob). The development Iacobus > Iacomus is likely a result of nasalization of the o and assimilati...
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James

[Nip/Tuck character] Image taken by downloader on visit to Hampton in 1997. ...
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James

[ship] The ship James made several trips during the early 17th century Great Migration out of England to the New World. It is unclear how many ships were named James during the Great Migration, as the name James was very popular in England during the reign of James I of England (1567–1625). ==1621-1622 voyage== From England to Virginia It...
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James

DRS 66414 or DBS 66048 'James the Engine' in Stobart livery
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James

James is an English name for boys. The meaning is `conqueror, occupier` The name James is most commonly given to Scottish boys. James is at number 3 in the top 50 of Scottish boys (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Jeb Use for the other sex: Jamesina, Jamie, Jami, Jacoba, Jacobina What do they use in other countries? Jaimy J...
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James

James is British rhyming slang for a first-class honours degree (James the First).
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James

James, in the Gospel of St. Luke, kinsman of St. Jude. The original does not specify the relationship.
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James

James, letter of the New Testament, traditionally classified among the Catholic, or General, Epistles. The James of its ascription is traditionally identified with St. James the Less. However, the name is more likely a pseudonym. The letter's diverse sayings and admonitions, some of which are recurr...
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James

Type: Term Pronunciation: jāmz Definitions: 1. George C.W., U.S. radiologist, 1915-1972. See: Swyer-James syndrome, Swyer-James-MacLeod syndrome
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