James Harrison

[architect] James Harrison (1814–66) was an English architect who practised in Chester, Cheshire, England. He is considered to be a pioneer of the Black-and-white Revival,{sfn|Hartwell|Hyde|Hubbard|Pevsner|2011|p=56} an example of which is 51–53, Bridge Street, Chester, built in 1858.{sfn|Hartwell|Hyde|Hubbard|Pevsner|2011|p=260} In 186...
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James Harrison

[Australian governor] Major General Sir James William Harrison KCMG CB CBE (25 May 1912 – 16 September 1971) was an Australian army officer and the first Australian-born Governor of South Australia. James Harrison was born at Camperdown, Victoria, the second child of Victorian-born parents James Samuel Harrison, farmer, and his wife Mary ...
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James Harrison

[author and academic] James Harrison is a British academic who researches into analysing the human rights and environmental impacts of economic laws and regulations. {As of|2013} he was employed as Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, School of Law, University of Warwick. Harrison has written on hu...
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James Harrison

[blood donor] James Harrison, OAM, also known as the Man with the golden arm, is a blood plasma donor from Australia whose unusual plasma composition has been used to make a treatment for Rhesus disease. He has made over 1000 donations throughout his lifetime, and these donations are estimated to have saved over two million unborn babies fr...
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