Welch, James

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Welch, James

(1940–  ) Blackfeet/Gros Ventre writer; born in Browning, Mont. His writing explored both the pride of heritage and the deep sense of loss experienced by many Indians. His books include Winter in the Blood (1974), The Death of Jim Loney (1979), and Fools Crow (1986).
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Upon the 9th day of May, 1711, one James Welch came down to my cabin, and said, "he had orders from the captain to set me ashore.
Swalwell's two late cry-offs from last week, Andy Smith and James Welch, are both back for the leaders when they tackle Lanchester, while Ashington will be unchanged for the visit of a Tynedale side who will be back to full strength following the return of Connor Fellowes.
17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Eiger BioPharmaceuticals, Incorporated, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of therapies for Orphan Diseases, announced today the appointments of James Welch, as the Company's Chief Financial Officer and James Shaffer, as the Company's Chief Business Officer.
But James Welch, legal director for human rights group Liberty, said: "We disagree and will be taking our fight to the European Court of Human Rights.
James Welch, legal director for Liberty, said: "We now know that, by keeping the public in the dark about their secret dealings with the National Security Agency, GCHQ acted unlawfully and violated our rights.
WHEN the bus drove off with his match ticket still inside, Boro fan James Welch looked destined to miss the Brentford away game - even though he was standing outside the ground.
James Welch, PCCW Global's vice president and head of Sales of EEMEA, said: "This agreement is a critical element of our wider African development plans, building as it does on our many years spent connecting Africa and becoming the pan-African service provider of choice.
Additionally, Adam Bean and James Welch join the company as Automotive Sales Representatives.
Scott Momaday's novel House Made of Dawn hit the streets and caused a sensation in the market, causing such authors as James Welch, Gerald Vizenor and Leslie Marmon Silko to be published; by 1983 critic Kenneth Lincoln declared the increase in the quantity of Native American authors to be published constituted the Native American Renaissance.
He leaves his sister Beatrice (Karlson) Welch, nephew James Welch of Dorchester, MA, nieces Joanne (Saucier) Wallace of West Barnstable, MA, Mary Saucier Choate of Monroe, NH and Sandra (Lucas) Wagner of Waterford, NY; grandnieces Susan Rodriguez-Buckley of Fayetteville, NY, Joelle Augustine of Troy, NY, grandnephew Joseph Brandt of Salisbury, NC, and several other grandnieces and nephews and great-grandnieces and nephews.
James Welch, legal director at the civil rights group Liberty said: "What we don't want is vigilante bounty hunters.
Legal director James Welch said the politician faced action if he did not meet constituents in a niqab, which covers the entire face except for the eyes, or a burkha which covers the face and body.