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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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Maj Gen (Retired) Seumas Kerr, in his remarks, highlighted the importance of the forum for both United Kingdom (UK) and Pakistan as it provided a vehicle for sharing the common traditions and experiences of Armies of the two countries.
Maj Gen (Retired) Seumas Kerr, in his remarks, highlighted the importance of the forum for both United Kingdom (UK) and Pakistan as it provided a vehicle for sharing the common traditions and experiences of Armies of the two countries.On this occasion, High Commission Defence Adviser Commodore Jamal Alam read the message of Quetta Commandant Staff College to the audience.
A party staff member, speaking anonymously, said, "Seumas has been supporting groups that deny Israel's right to exist for many years."
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and Labour strategy director Seumas Milne persuaded him not to, apparently.
Participants varied in the numbers of languages they spoke, from two (Oscar and Lucja) to six (Seumas).
Bahrain-based author Seumas Gallacher has released his fourth book on Amazon.
Edited by Ceridwen Spark, Seumas Spark, and Christina Twomey
By Seumas Milne This commentary was first released by Information Clearing House News.
Milne was raised in a media family--her father, Alasdair Milne, was director-general of the BBC and her brother Seumas is a journalist with The Guardian--and followed that path out of college as a trainee at the BBC.
The event, held at Mamoura, featured Julie Lewis, founder of Mountain High, thriller novelist Seumas Gallacher, entrepreneur Younis al Sulaimi, and a posse of local and international poets, led by award winning slam poet Paul D' Rogers.
As we observe with Seumas Miller in our coauthored article, only an agreement that both developed and developing countries perceive to be fair will stand any chance of keeping global temperature rise at a safe level.
by Seumas Milne The way western politicians and media have pontificated about Israel's onslaught on Gaza, you'd think it was facing an unprovoked attack from a well-armed foreign power.