James Harris

[Nova Scotia politician] James Harris (January 3, 1777 – February 26, 1848) was a farmer and political figure in Nova Scotia. He represented Horton township in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1826 to 1836. He was born in Horton, Nova Scotia, the son of James Harris and Anne Rathburn. Harris married Mary McLatchy. He served as a jus...
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James Harris

[defensive end] James Edward Harris (born May 13, 1968, in East St. Louis, Illinois) is a former professional American football player who played defensive end for six seasons for the Minnesota Vikings, the St. Louis Rams, and the Oakland Raiders. ...
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James Harris

James Harris was an English philologist. He was born in 1709 at Salisbury and died in 1780. In 1744 he published a volume containing three treatises - on Art, on Music and Painting, and on Happiness. His most celebrated work is Hermes, or a Philosophical Inquiry concerning Universal Grammar published in 1751. Entering Parliament for Christchurch in...
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James Harris

[rugby player] James Harris (born 26 August 1987) is a Welsh rugby union player. He was educated at Eltham College and Oxford University, where he played on the winning university team in the 2012 and 2013 Varsity Matches. In the 2013 match he was substituted after suffering a dislocated hip in the first half, which later required surgery. ...
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James Harris

[cricketer] James Alexander Russell Harris (born 16 May 1990 in Swansea, Wales) is a cricketer who is on the staff of Middlesex. Harris is a right arm seam bowler and right-handed batsman. ==Glamorgan== Harris was the youngest person ever to play for Glamorgan 2nd XI, aged 14 years and 353 days and the youngest person to have played for Wal...
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James Harris

[politician] James Harris (born 1948) is an American communist politician and member of the National Committee of the Socialist Workers Party. He was the party`s candidate for President of the United States in 1996 receiving 8,463 votes and again in 2000 when his ticket received 7,378 votes. Harris also served as an alternate candidate for ...
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James Harris

[quarterback] James Larnell `Shack` Harris (born July 20, 1947) is an American football executive and former player. He is a senior personnel executive for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL). He played as a quarterback in the American Football League (AFL) and the NFL with the Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Rams, and San Di...
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James Harris

[grammarian] James Harris, FRS (24 July 1709 – 22 December 1780) was an English politician and grammarian. ==Life and works== He was born at Salisbury and educated at the grammar school in the Close at Salisbury, and at Wadham College, Oxford. On leaving the university he was entered at Lincoln`s Inn as a student of law, though not intend...
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James Harris

[lineback/fullback] James Harris (born June 2, 1982) is an American football fullback/linebacker who is currently a free agent. ==Early life== Born the son of Ronnie and Bertha Harris, James attended Thomson High School, in Thomson, Georgia, where he lettered only twice, in two season of football. Named All-Area First Team as a senior and a...
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James Harris

[cricketer, born 1838] James Edward Harris (1 October 1838 – 30 November 1925) was an English soldier and a cricketer who played in four first-class cricket matches for Cambridge University in 1859. He was born and also died at Sharnford, Leicestershire. Harris`s major cricket career was largely confined to 1859, when he appeared as a bat...
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