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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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Maguire drops off a suspicious bag to Seumas and Donal, word spreads that the mysterious Donal is a gunman on the run.
Now, 262 years later Seumas, 58, faces his own battle - a threat to the sight-seeing trips he runs from the same village.
Seumas Miller, author of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism (2008), is Professor of Philosophy at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, a Special Research Centre funded by the Australian Research Council, at Charles Sturt University and the Australian National University.
It was the second such tragedy for 86-year-old actor Mr Todd, following the suicide of his youngest son Seumas, 20, Peter's half-brother, in 1997.
Seumas killed himself with a shotgun in 1997, aged 20.
Seumas Todd killed himself with a shotgun in 1997 at the age of 20.
From Richard Freadman and Seumas Miller, Re-thinking Theory, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 1992, 4.
are only tenuously distinct in common usage" (38), but in this more specialized context, "ethics" is used to refer to a broad domain of inquiry--as Richard Freadman and Seumas Miller explain, in a typical formulation, "an array of possible answers to the question, 'how ought a human life to be lived?
13) Indeed, the editor of The Dublin Magazine, Seumas O'Sullivan, must have deemed Beckett to be integrated sufficiently to propose that he take over the editorship of the magazine.
Tony Coady, Steve James, Seumas Miller & Michael O'Keefe (eds) Violence and Police Culture, Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 2000.
His son Seumas, a bright university student, locked himself in the bedroom of the family home in Lincolnshire three years ago and blew his brains out with a handgun.
See SEUMAS MILLER, JOHN BLACKLER & ANDREW ALEXANDRA, POLICE ETHICS 1427, 181-207, 209-22 (1997) (exposing ethical issues in police investigation, interrogation, and custody).