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Black, James,

1823–93, American temperance leader. A Pennsylvania lawyer, he was active in state and national temperance work. His plan for a National Publication House was adopted by the National Temperance Convention (1865). In 1872, as presidential nominee of the Prohibition party, he gained some 5,000 votes.
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However, Cllr James Black, who represents Seaton on the council, warned the plans could face opposition from residents due to their location.
Dogs and Dough owner James Black In a Facebook post, they said: "On Sunday 16th June, we will be closing the doors on the hot dog and pizza world.
James Black, who has been a ranger for 10 years, set up a chair and table on the stones of the crannog which sits near the southern end of the loch opposite Forest Holidays where he works.
About 20 residents attended a packed news conference at Crystal Lake's city hall, where Police Chief James Black announced first-degree murder and other charges against Andrew Freund Sr.
James Black missed his son James's first steps and first birthday as the tot, known as DJ, is stuck in Thailand.
Melrose, who co-founded San Francisco's Cutting Ball Theater in 1999 and served as artistic director until his wife, Paige Rogers, took over in 2016, will relocate to Houston in early 2019 to begin planning the 2019-20 season, working alongside interim artistic director James Black. Melrose succeeds Gregory Boyd, who retired last January amid allegations of misconduct.
Let's celebrate his life, knowing the heavenly band has a new member," he said.<br />Another brother, Aaron, posted a lengthy tribute to his brother on Facebook.<br />"I know you have a spot in the heavenly band next to James Booker, James Black, Herbert Hardesty, Fats Domino, Johnny Adams all the jazz bebop players who you turned me on to," Aaron Neville wrote.
Sir James Black's development of the drug propranolol was a positive step in recent medical history.
He was captured after police targeted James Black, a drug dealer who used the substances sourced from Riley to fund sun-soaked holidays and thousands of pounds of dental work.
In addition, he leads the Raymond James Black Financial Advisors Network and served a two-year term on RJA's Executive Council.
James Black, president and CEO of Citizens Community Bank, said, 'It was one of those relationships that cultivate over time and made a lot of sense.