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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).
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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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." I expostulated with him, but in vain; neither would he so much as tell me who their new captain was.
Lloyd Anderson (20 not out) and Neil Corby (three not out) guided the Gateshead outfit to 82-2 after they had lost openers James Welch (30) and John Meadows (27).
The home side won the toss and decided to bat and they made a good start, opener James Welch hitting 89 and Chris Hewison adding 51 in a final total of 230-7, while Joe Gibson returned 3-23 with the ball.
Opener James Welch batted well for 89 and Chris Hewison added 51, in a total of 230-7, while Joe Gibson returned 3-23.
But the family of beloved James Welch has been left devastated at his sudden death - just two days after celebrating his sixth birthday.
LTL transportation services provider YRC Worldwide said last month that its CEO James Welch intends to retire, effective July 31, 2018.
James Welch, of human rights group Liberty, said: "This could not only prevent loyal fans from watching their team due to relatively minor misdemeanours from up to 10 years ago and wholly unconnected to football, but could also impact on anyone travelling to Northern Europe on holiday."
The new consultancy is being run by managing director James Welch, who relocated to Dubai from Singapore last year.
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.