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For example, in 1763, Jotm
Wilkes used the occasion of the Outlawries Bill to demand that the Commons address the issue of his imprisonment by the Crown.
The Peabody Museum at Harvard University and the British Museum financed visits by Jotm
Lloyd Stephens of the United States and the English artist Frederick Catherwood; in 1843, they coauthored the book Incidents of Travel in Yucatan.
The application server brings together ASF's Tomcat and Axis, OpenEJB and ActiveMQ from Codehaus, JOTM
and ASM from ObjectWeb, CGLIB and MX4J from SourceForge, and Mortbay's Jetty.