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, William 1842-1910.
American psychologist and philosopher. A founder of pragmatism and functionalism, he developed an approach to intellectual issues that greatly influenced American thought. His works include The Principles of Psychology (1890) and The Varieties of Religious Experience (1902).
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James William Robb explained Rethink Waste Ltd collected tyres from across the North East with the intention of exporting them and that they had registered an exemption - which means they do not require a permit - to allow for the temporary storage and treatment for end of life tyres.
She and her husband, James William Igoe, were married in 1969 and lived for many years in Westborough, where they raised their four children.
SATURDAY, MAY 29: James William Sabin, Barnsley, 10.
WHITE JAMES WILLIAM Jim, born 1931: loving Husband to Jean (nee Weddle) for 58 years, Father to James William White (now of Canada) and Jan Anderson, Grandfather to Jonathan David Anderson, Philip James William White, Richard James William Anderson and Rebecca Jill White, Father-in-Law to Margaret White (nee Nicholson) and David Anderson.
(GAZ615) JAMES WILLIAM HANSEN, CEO of VIDEOLABS INC (VLAB), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
Thomas James William Monnelly, 19, of Phoebe Grange Cottages, in Prudhoe, Northumberland, was given the order at a hearing at Newcastle Magistrates' Court this week.
James William House (formerly Holst House) was bought by the director of Office Image in 2010 and since then the building has been extensively refurbished.
BUDDING artists are being invited to take part in a competition to celebrate the life of Victorian pavement artist James William Carling.
EASILY led and immature, James William Glendinning was still able to discover that his new female friend was only 13.
The James William Carling Pavement Art competition saw artists spending hours hunched over paving slabs outside Fact, in Ropewalk Square, Bold Street.
I WAS really pleased to read that there is to be a pavement artist competition on Bold Street, Liverpool, on October 18, to celebrate the life of James William Carling, Liverpool's bare-footed artist.
I WOULD like to congratulate Ron Formby on at last getting the artist James William Carling the recognition he deserves above Maggie May's cafe, in Bold Street.