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James

(jāmz),
George C.W., U.S. radiologist, 1915-1972. See: Swyer-James syndrome, Swyer-James-MacLeod syndrome.

James

(jāmz),
Thomas N., 20th-century U.S. cardiologist and physiologist. See: James fibers, James tracts.
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It was presented to the wife of James III on the birth of their son, Prince Charles Edward Stuart - later known as Bonnie Prince Charlie - in 1721.
As is well known, the royal visit to Holywell to procure a son through the intercession of St Winifred was associated with the birth on 10 June 1688 of James III of England and VIII of Scotland.(10) St Winifred and parenthood were still linked in the nineteenth century.
Many of these works were set in an invented historical era during the imagined reign of James III of England, who was known as the Old Pretender.
This, I would have thought, is not the kind of music that Carver would have been likely to come across in Louvain in the opening years of the new century; but could an earlier Scottish traveller, say one of James III's musical emissaries, have brought home with him music by the Continental masters of his day?
Planting trees to repair the land became a "mission" for Jesse James III, district ranger for St.
This was a device to put an end to the claims of the Stuart kings who tended either to marry a Catholic (like the man who would have been James III) or to become Catholics on their deathbed like Charles II.
He called himself If James III after his father died in 1701, and he was commonly known in Great Britain as the Old Pretender.
She and her husband, James, have six children, James III, 21; Jason, 17; Jennifer, 15; twins, Jerica and Jerin, 6; and Jasmin, 5; and a 5-month-old grandchild, Sierra.
It has taken researchers three years to unpick the complex handwritten entries, across eight volumes, which contain details of everyday life in the reigns of Robert III, James I, James II, James III and James IV.
According to the (http://www.tvguide.com/tvshows/black-lightning/episode-12-season-1/the-resurrection-and-the-light-the-book-of-pain/1035099/) synopsis for Season 1, episode 12 of the CW series, Tobias (Marvin "Krondon" James III) returns to Freeland to capture Black Lightning (Cress Williams) with the help of an unexpected source.
Surviving are his wife, Cheryl Fergus; his parents, James and Roberta Wagner of Shorewood; son, James III (Julie) Wagner of LaPorte; daughter, Jodi (Dave) Crum of Niles, Mich.; step children, Brian (Amanda) Issleb, Charles (Debbie) Issleb, and Kyle Issleb; 7 grandchildren, Megan, Matthew, Morgan, Michael, Zachary, Nicholas and David; 8 stepgrandchildren; and three sisters, Linda (Norm) Johnson, Carolyn (Norm) Stuba, and Charlene (Bill) Gallion and many nieces and nephews.