James Brown

[hair stylist] James Brown, is a British hair stylist. ==Life and career== Brown was born in Croydon, London, in the 1969. Brown is best known for his work with celebrities including Kate Moss. Brown is a monarchist; in 2006, he said: `I ... wear a suit and a hat every day. Prince Charles is the best-dressed man in the world.` In 1993 he di...
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James Brown

[MP for Malton] James Brown (12 April 1814 – 14 July 1877) was a British Liberal Party politician. He sat in the House of Commons from 1857 to 1868. At the 1847 general election, Brown stood unsuccessfully in Hull, where the three Liberal candidates for the City`s two seats were unopposed by any Conservatives. Brown did not stand for Parl...
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James Brown

[academic] James Brown (1709–1784) was an English clergyman and academic, Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge from 1770 until his death. A close friend of Thomas Gray, he acted with William Mason as executor of Gray`s will. ==Life== His father was a London goldsmith. He was educated at Christ`s Hospital, and matriculated at Pembroke Col...
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James Brown

[Scottish clergyman] James Brown (c. 1734 – 9 November 1791) was a clergyman in the Scottish Episcopal Church, notable as one of a few Jacobite dissenters who refused to abandon their allegiance to the House of Stuart when directed to do so in 1788. ==Life== James Brown was born around 1734. The son of a Jacobite farmer who died in the Ba...
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James Brown

[artist] James Brown (born 1951) is an American-born painter now active in Paris and Oaxaca (Mexico). He was most well known in the 1980s for his rough painterly semi-figurative paintings, bearing affinities to Jean-Michel Basquiat and East Village painting of the time, but with influences from primitive art and classical Western modernism....
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James Brown

[actor] James E. Brown (March 22, 1920 – April 11, 1992) was an American film and TV actor best known for his role as Lieutenant Ripley `Rip` Masters in all 166 episodes of the 1954-1959 ABC Western television series, The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin. In Rin Tin Tin, the story of a boy and his German shepherd, Brown appeared as a young offic...
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James Brown

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James Brown

[offensive tackle] James Lamont Brown (born January 3, 1970 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a former American football offensive tackle in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the third round of the 1992 NFL Draft. He played college football at Virginia State. Brown played in the NFL for the New York Jets,...
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James Brown

[Northern Ireland politician] James Brown (born 1897, date of death unknown) was a Unionist politician and journalist in Northern Ireland. Brown stood as an independent Farmers and New Industries candidate in South Down at the Northern Ireland general election, 1938. The seat had previously elected Irish nationalists, but no nationalist can...
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James Brown

[Australian footballer] James Brown (born 19 February 1990, Australia) is an Indigenous Australian football (soccer) player who plays for A-League club Melbourne City. ==Club career== From the AIS, James Brown originally began his football career in the Tweed Heads region of N.S.W. Australia, with Bilambil F.C. and then Kingscliff Soccer Cl...
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James Brown

[1890s footballer] James Brown was a Scottish footballer. His regular position was as a defender. He played for Manchester United, Dundee Our Boys, and Dundee. ...
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James Brown

[footballer, born 1862] James Brown (31 July 1862 – 4 July 1922) was an English association football player of the Victorian era. Born in Blackburn, he played for Blackburn Rovers and was part of the team that won the FA Cup in three successive seasons between 1884 and 1886 (captaining the side in 1885 and 1886), as well as appearaing on ...
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James Brown

[editor] James Brown (born 26 September 1965 in Leeds) is a British journalist. ==Career== In 1985 James Brown was a contributor to Leeds Other Paper. In 1986 following work on his fanzine Attack on Bzaag James Brown was hired as freelance features writer for Sounds; from there he soon joined the NME. In 1991 Brown became manager of Fabulou...
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James Brown

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James Brown

[New Brunswick politician] James Brown (September 6, 1790 – April 18, 1870) was a Scottish-born farmer, educator and politician in New Brunswick. He represented Charlotte County in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1830 to 1850, from 1854 to 1856 and from 1857 to 1861. ==Biography== He was born near Dundee, the son of James B...
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James Brown

James Bowen Brown (also known as Jim Brown) was an American actor. He was born in 1920 at Desdemona, Texas and died in 1992. A professional tennis player, he entered films in 1941. He was best known for his role as 'Lieutenant Ripley 'Rip' Masters' in the 1950's television series 'The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin'.
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James Brown

[cricketer] James Brown (born 24 September 1931) is a former Scottish first class cricketer. He played as a wicketkeeper and took a record 119 catches and 40 stumpings for them. In first class cricket his tally of 105 is easily the most by a cricketer for Scotland. He played club cricket with Perthshire and took 674 dismissals. ...
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James Brown

[author] James Brown (born 1957, Santa Clara, California) is an American novelist who has also written short fiction and nonfiction. His acclaimed memoir, The Los Angeles Diaries (HarperCollins, 2003) is an intimate portrait of his dysfunctional family, covering his childhood, Hollywood script meetings, his splintered marriage and life with...
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James Brown

[Australian politician] RAAF Base Williamtown is a Royal Australian Air Force base located 20km north of Newcastle, New South Wales which shares its runways with Newcastle Airport. RAAF Station Williamtown was established in February 1941 and was home to a number of training units during World War II. Following World War II Williamtown was ...
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James Brown

[publisher] James Brown (May 19, 1800 – March 10, 1855) was an American publisher and co-founder of Little, Brown and Company. ==Biography== Brown was born in Acton, Massachusetts. He started his working life was as a servant in the family of Prof. Levi Hedge, of Cambridge, by whom he was instructed in the classics and in mathematics. Aro...
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James Brown

[magician] James Brown is an English magician from Bournemouth. He was awarded The Magic Circle close-up magician of the year in 2006 and also came second in the 2006 International Magic Convention Close-Up competition . His style of magic is a cross between close-up magic and pickpocketing, all presented in a humorous manner. ...
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James Brown

[quarterback] 1995 All-SWC First Team 1996 All-SWC Honorable Mention ==Early life== Brown was born in Beaumont, Texas to J.W. Brown and Julia Brown. A West Brook Senior High School graduate, he came to UT as the state`s top quarterback prospect. ==Longhorns career== After redshirting in 1993, Brown entered the 1994 season as the backup to S...
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James Brown

[footballer, born 1907] James `Jimmy` Brown (1907 – unknown) was a Scottish footballer who played at right half-back. Born in Leith, Edinburgh, he spent most of his football career playing in England, for Burnley, Manchester United and Bradford Park Avenue. ==Career== Born in Leith, Brown was orphaned at the age of 7, along with his five ...
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James Brown

[Canadian politician] James Brown (October 14, 1828 – April 24, 1897) was an Ontario businessman and politician. He represented Hastings West in the Canadian House of Commons as a Conservative member from 1867 to 1882. He was born in Scotland in 1828 (1826 in some sources). He was an owner of a company which manufactured iron agricultural...
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James Brown

[footballer, born 1987] James Peter Brown (born 3 January 1987) is an English footballer who plays as a striker or a winger for Gateshead. ==Career== ===Hartlepool United=== Born in Cramlington, Northumberland, Brown joined Hartlepool`s youth set-up from Cramlington Juniors football Club. He had joined too late to go through the Youth Schol...
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