James


James

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(as used in expressions)
Anderson, (James) Maxwell
Baldwin, James (Arthur)
Balfour (de Whittingehame), Arthur James, 1 conde
Ballard, J(ames) G(raham)
Barrie, Sir James (Matthew)
James Pierson Beckwith
James Thomas Bell
Birney, James G(illespie)
Black, Sir James (Whyte)
Blaine, James (Gillespie)
James Hubert Blake
James Blanton
James Bowie
James Earl Breslin
James Bridger
James Nathaniel Brown
Callaghan (de Cardiff), (Leonard) James Callaghan, barón
Cardigan, James Thomas Brudenell, 7 conde de
James Earl Carter
James Beauchamp Clark
Cockburn, Sir Alexander (James Edmund), 10° baronet
Conant, James B(ryant)
James Scott Connors
Frank James Cooper
Cox, James M(iddleton)
Craig, Sir James (Henry)
Dana, James D(wight)
Dean, James (Byron)
Dickey, James (Lafayette)
William James Dixon
James Harold Doolittle
Duke, James B(uchanan)
Durant, Will(iam James) y Ariel
James Francis Durante
Duryea, Charles E(dgar) y J(ames) Frank
Ensor, James (Sidney), barón
Samuel James Ervin, Jr.
Farley, James A(loysius)
Farrell, James T(homas)
Forrestal, James V(incent)
James Emory Foxx
Fulbright, J(ames) William
Garfield, James A(bram)
Geertz, Clifford (James)
Gibson, James J(erome)
Glackens, William (James)
Hardie, J(ames) Keir
Henderson, (James) Fletcher
James Marshall Hendrix
James Maury Henson
James Ahearn
James Alfred Wight
Hertzog, J(ames) B(arry) M(unnik)
James Butler Hickok
Hill, James J(erome)
Hilton, James (Glen Trevor)
James Riddle Hoffa
Hughes, (James Mercer) Langston
Edward James Hughes
Ivory, James (Francis)
James Francis Edward Stuart
James, C(yril) L(ionel) R(obert)
James, Harry (Haag)
Jesse Woodson James y Alexander Franklin James
Jeans, Sir James (Hopwood)
Johnson, James P(rice)
James Warren Jones
Joule, James (Prescott)
Joyce, James (Augustine Aloysius)
Levine, James (Lawrence)
Logan, James
James Melvin Lunceford
MacDonald, (James) Ramsay
Macleod, J(ohn) J(ames) R(ickard)
Maine, Sir Henry (James Sumner)
McCartney, Sir (James) Paul
James Francis McHugh
Meredith, James (Howard)
Merrill, James (Ingram)
Michener, James A(lbert)
vizconde Milner (de St. James's y Cape Town)
James Fitzroy
James Crofts
Montrose, James Graham, 5 conde y 1 marqués de
James Douglas Morrison
Morton, James Douglas, 4 conde de
Murray, Sir James (Augustus Henry)
Edward James Muggeridge
James Thiong'o Ngugi
Oglethorpe, James (Edward)
Ormonde, James Butler, 12 conde y 1 duque de
Osborne, John (James)
James Cleveland Owens
Pacino, Al(fredo James)
Penney, J(ames) C(ash)
Polk, James K(nox)
Quayle, (James) Dan(forth)
Raglan (de Raglan), FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, 1 barón
Rapier, James T(homas)
James Charles Rodgers
James Andrew Rushing
Simpson, O(renthal) J(ames)
Stanhope, James Stanhope, 1 conde
Stephen, Sir James Fitzjames, 1 baronet
Stewart, James (Maitland)
Stirling, Sir James (Frazer)
James Ewell Brown Stuart
Sumner, James (Batcheller)
James Francis Thorpe
Thurber, James (Grover)
Thurmond, (James) Strom
James Joseph Tunney
Van Der Zee, James (Augustus Joseph)
Walker, James J(ohn)

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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  • James — is a common English surname and given name: James (name), the typically masculine first name James James (surname), various people with the last name James James may also refer to: Contents 1 People 2 Places 3 Science and Technology …   Wikipedia

  • James II — may refer to:* James II, Count of La Marche (1370 1438), King Consort of Naples * James II (EP), the second EP by Mancunian band James * James II of Aragon (1267–1327), King of Sicily * James II of Cyprus (circa 1438–1473), Titular King of… …   Wikipedia

  • JAMES (W.) — JAMES WILLIAM (1842 1910) Psychologue nord américain, philosophe, leader du mouvement connu sous le nom de pragmatisme, William James était le fils d’Henry James, le disciple de Swedenborg, et le frère aîné d’Henry James, romancier célèbre,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • James — prop. n. 1. William James, an American psychologist and philosopher (1842 1910). He was the brother of Henry James. Syn: William James. [WordNet 1.5] 2. Henry James, an American novelist and critic, born 1843, died 1916. He was the brother of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • James I — may refer to:* James I, Count of La Marche (1319 1362), Count of Ponthieu * James I of Aragon (1208–1276), Count of Barcelona * James I of Sicily (1267–1327), King of Valencia * James I of Cyprus (1334–1398), Titular King of Armenia * James I of… …   Wikipedia

  • James —   [dʒeɪmz],    1) C. L. R. (Cyril Lionel Robert), westindischer Schriftsteller, * Tunapuna (bei Port of Spain, Trinidad) 4. 1. 1901, ✝ London 31. 5. 1989; war in den frühen 30er Jahren, von marxistischen und zeitweise auch trotzkistischen Ideen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • JAMES (C.) — JAMES CHARLES (1906 1978) Issu d’une famille américaine, Charles James effectue des études orageuses en Angleterre et en France avant de rejoindre ses parents à Chicago. C’est là qu’il ouvre, en 1926, une maison de modiste sous le nom de Charles… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • James IV — may refer to:* James IV of Majorca (circa 1336 1375), King of Majorca * James IV of Scotland (1473 1513), Duke of Rothesay * James Gamble Rogers IV (1937 1991), folk artist * James H. Burnley IV (born 1948), American politician and lawyer * James …   Wikipedia

  • James — m English and Scottish form of the name borne in the New Testament by two of Christ s disciples, James son of Zebedee and James son of Alphaeus. This form comes from Late Latin Iacomus, a variant of Iacobus, Latin form of the New Testament Greek… …   First names dictionary


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