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Sir Leander Starr. 1853--1917, British administrator in South Africa, who led an expedition into the Transvaal in 1895 in an unsuccessful attempt to topple its Boer regime (the Jameson Raid); prime minister of Cape Colony (1904--08)
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Jameson told an undercover agent whom he believed to be associated with senior leadership of the Islamic State group that he wanted to conduct a violent attack on Pier 39, which is packed with restaurants, bars and souvenir shops, because it is heavily crowded, according to an FBI affidavit.
Jonah Jameson was so true to the character that Marc Webb's 'The Amazing Spider Man' films never even attempted to cast the cantankerous newsman.
Jameson was arraigned in the Lane County Jail courtroom Wednesday afternoon on eight additional charges, including three counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment, two counts of second-degree assault and three counts of third-degree assault.
Jameson has had two plates inserted in his jaw after undergoing surgery at James Cook University Hospital over the Bank Holiday weekend, and says he is still in excruciating pain.
In a 2010 interview with Access Hollywood, Pink said that if she would have a son, she would name him Jameson.
This all began when Jameson, who's engaged to an Israeli man, began tweeting her love for Bibi, and showing her excitement towards Trump and the Israeli Prime Minister's impending friendship; it then grew into Jameson expressing her attraction to a "very badass" and "hot" Bibi.
Jameson was a vital part of world historical events of the 1930s and 1940s, working diligently through the interwar years in the peace movement and serving as a Sponsor in the Peace Pledge Union.
After Darlington keeper Peter Jameson blocked a shot from Jimmy Ball with his legs, the visitors went ahead on 20 minutes when a long ball over the Darlington defence Caught emergency centre half Terry Galbraith in two minds, and Ball intercepted his header back towards Jameson and rolled the ball home.