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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 could not be named at the time due to his age but he can now be fully identified as one of the killers following his latest conviction.
Prosecutor Robert Blakemore said Jameson's vehicle caused PS1,689 worth of damage.
Fearing that Jameson would crash into their car, Jones pulled over along a slip road.
Besides that, Jameson also shared another before and after shot of her physical transformation.
Langstaff thought he'd equalised soon after when he was left free in the six-yard box, but Jameson made a phenomenal point-blank save.
When Jameson elaborates on his grand scheme of literary interpretation as political unconscious, he relies heavily on Althusserian structuralist Marxism.
The boom in whiskey distilling also marks the introduction of Jameson Caskmates Stout Edition (PS26.50, 70cl, Asda) which adds chocolate, coffee and butterscotch notes from the stout barrels.
Jameson on Twitter asked if there are graphic designers who are willing to make banners or cover photos to be used on his social media accounts under the name "Lucid Express."
While Jameson's father is away to prepare the planet for colonization, the family is kept safe on Base Ripley.
PEMCO has also named Rebecca Jameson a product manager for its auto line of business.
Janella Salvador and Jameson Blake's combined charms are more than enough to entice us to check out their first movie team-up.
This article is not about the netizens who unreasonably bash Jameson Blake for the simple reason that in his next movie, Regal Entertainment's So Connected (opening nationwide on Wednesday, May 23), he is paired with Janella Salvador whose fans are possessive about her team-up with Elmo Magalona.