James Love

[British Army officer] General Sir James Frederick Love GCB KH (1789 – 13 January 1866) was a British Army officer who served as Lieutenant Governor of Jersey. ==Military career== Love was commissioned into the 52nd Regiment of Foot in 1804 and took part in the retreat to Corunna and the Battle of Bussaco during the Peninsular War. He was...
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James Love

[poet] James Love (1722–1774) was the pseudonym of British poet, playwright and actor James Dance. He is best known for his poem Cricket: An Heroic Poem (1744). ==Life and work== Son of George Dance the Elder, who worked as an architect and city surveyor, Love was himself a cricketer, being a member of Richmond Cricket Club, Surrey. Richm...
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James Love

[NGO director] James (`Jamie`) Packard Love is the director of Knowledge Ecology International, formerly known as the Consumer Project on Technology, a non-governmental organization with offices in Washington, D.C. and Geneva that works mainly on matters concerning knowledge management and governance, including intellectual property policy ...
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James Love

[rugby union] James `Lovey` Love (born 20 October 1987) is an English rugby union player who currently plays for London Scottish. == Early Life and Education == Born in Manama in Bahrain, James started his rugby career in the UAE but when he began his education in the United Kingdom, moved his playing career to the UK.James started at the R...
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