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Jaques

“can suck melancholy out of a song.” [Br. Lit.: As You Like It]
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Officers found a large hole in a window pane and Jaques in the kitchen trying to open three cash boxes.
Merely citing a dictionary entry, Jaques attempts to explain that both the action of wailing and lamentation as a literary genre are the main subject matter of the articles in this volume.
The Anna Jaques Community Health Foundation raised $1.
This was a lightbulb moment for Jaques and for the next 40 years he developed his ideas through a wide range of research and consultancy projects; not least for the US military who awarded him a medal in 1982.
The Jaques for whom the street was named was a major benefactor for nearby Worcester City Hospital.
Jaques will be responsible for providing sales, product and technical support to clients, assisting with project specification review, developing a network of licensed contractors to install LMK products, and educating the industry on the need to address laterals as part of their trenchless rehabilitation programs.
Mullaney fell just before the close, for 91, but Jaques remained unbeaten on 111 at stumps.
But Aussie left-hander Jaques and Kiwi Williamson then resisted all of Durham's increasingly frustrated efforts to dislodge them.
Tiffin said: "Having Jaques back is massive for us.
OB), a provider of proprietary mobile marketing technologies and solutions, announced on Tuesday that David Jaques will join its board of directors, effective 15 December 2011.
Jaques had played 11 Tests until 2008, till persistent back problems stalled his career.
Tom Jaques, a loyal, no-nonsense, old-school newspaperman who helped guide The Register-Guard for almost four decades, died Friday in a Canby assisted-living facility after a 15-year battle with Parkinson's disease.