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Jack·son

(jak'sŏn),
John Hughlings, English neurologist, 1835-1911. See: jacksonian epilepsy, Jackson law, Jackson rule, Jackson sign.

Jack·son

(jak'sŏn),
Jabez N., U.S. surgeon, 1868-1935. See: Jackson membrane, Jackson veil.
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I did get excited when I heard the news,'' said Jackson, who last fought and won against Matt Lindland in July 2006.
A managing director at full service accounting firm, Weiser Realty, Jackson was involved in DRA Advisor's $1.
Jackson wrote: "Here at last, Gates explained in his foreword, were the literary ancestors of Zora Neale Hurston, Alice Walker, and Toni Morrison.
When Jackson, a skilled glassmaker, came to Elliot Lake in the 1970s, he found a city booming with enterprise and brimming with promise.
The granddaughter of a Cherokee, Amos has added verses to the traditional tune "Home on the Range" for her own "Home on the Range: Cherokee Edition," a version that recalls a bleak chapter in Native American history: "Well Jackson made deals, a thief down to his heels/Hello, Trail of Tears.
When the ear pulled over, Jackson approached the young men offering the passengers $200 for the wheels.
In order to round out the portrait of FDR that Jackson was seeking to write, Barrett inserted excerpts from many other sources, including Jackson's oral history and his unpublished autobiography.
Chosen by local businesses as a way of bringing the outside world to Jackson, the realization of the competition and school were the vision of founder Thalia Mara, a former ballerina and teacher.
Donald Jackson of Monmouth, Wales was well known to both men.
But corporate executives and shareholders alike should be disturbed by the extortive circumstances in which Jackson appears to have gathered much of their money.
is greater than or equal to] 1% of all trainees per week) were at Fort; Jackson and at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri (2).
Chapter five treats the tension between what Jackson calls the "myths of marginality and structures of stability" of the city, contrasting academic concerns with the realities of community for migrants in Duisburg.