James Harrison

[British Army officer] Major-General James (`Jimmy`) Murray Robert Harrison CB DSO (1 October 1880 – 1957) was a British Army officer who became Lieutenant Governor of Jersey. ==Military career== Harrison was commissioned into the Royal Artillery in 1900 and served in World War I. He was appointed Commander Royal Artillery for the 55th Di...
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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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James Harrison

[priest] James Harrison (died 22 March 1602) was an English Roman Catholic priest. He is a Catholic martyr. ==Life== Born in the Diocese of Lichfield, he studied at the English College at Reims, and was ordained there in September 1583. In the following year he went on the English mission, where he worked unobtrusively. In the early part of...
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James Harrison

[Labour politician] James Harrison (30 August 1899 – 2 May 1959) was a Labour Party politician in the United Kingdom. He was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for Nottingham East at the 1945 general election, and held the seat until its abolition for the 1955 general election. He was then returned for the new Nottingham North constitue...
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James Harrison

[American football] James Andrew Harrison, Jr. (born May 4, 1978) is a former American football linebacker who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals. He played college football for Kent State University, and was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2002. A five-time Pro Bowl selection, Harr...
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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

[engineer] James Harrison (17 April 1816 – 3 September 1893) was a Scottish born Australian newspaper printer, journalist, politician, and pioneer in the field of mechanical refrigeration. Harrison founded the Geelong Advertiser newspaper and was a member of the Victorian Legislative Council and Victorian Legislative Assembly. Harrison is...
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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 politician] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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