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JAMESJava Marc Events
JAMESJava Message Exchange Server
JAMESJava Apache Mail Enterprise Server
JAMESJapan Association for Middle East Studies (Tokyo, Japan)
JAMESJack Auchterlonie Memorial Equine Sanctuary (California)
JAMESJournal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (Fort Collins, CO)
JAMESJoint Automated Message Editing System
JAMESJoint Area Museum Education Service (UK)
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'Frederick Knott presents James Datchett in "The Colonies",' and there seemed every prospect that the production would be an early one; for if there was one section of the public which Mr Knott disliked more than another, it was Young Men Who Ought To Be Out Earning Their Livings Instead Of Idling At Home.
A temporary compromise was effected between the two parties by the securing for James of a post as assistant-master at Harrow House, the private school of one Blatherwick, M.A., the understanding being that if he could hold the job he could remain in England and write, if it pleased him, in his spare time.
"I want to know if you have any complaint to make of James."
"No, sir, certainly not; and if anybody has been saying that about James, I don't believe it, and I don't mean to believe it unless I have it fairly proved before witnesses; it's not for me to say who has been trying to take away James' character, but I will say this, sir, that a steadier, pleasanter, honester, smarter young fellow I never had in this stable.
The history of its victory over earlier criticism, and its difficulties with the modern experimental work of Sherrington and Cannon, is well told by James R.
James Williams--Hattie Chalmers that was--once the belle of Cloverdale.
James of the Glens turned to me for a moment, and greeted me courteously enough; the next he had turned to Alan.
James Crawley's things instantly; "and hark ye, Bowls," she added, with great graciousness, "you will have the goodness to pay Mr.
George must positively send his answer to Sir James to-day.
He had the spare form and the pale complexion which became a student; as different as possible from the blooming Englishman of the red-whiskered type represented by Sir James Chettam.
So through the reigns of Henry IV and of Henry V James remained a prisoner.
James Harthouse smiled; and rising from his end of the sofa, and lounging with his back against the chimney-piece, so that he stood before the empty fire-grate as he smoked, in front of Tom and looking down at him, observed: