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Jeffreys

George, 1st Baron Jeffreys of Wem. ?1645--89, English judge, notorious for his brutality at the "Bloody Assizes" (1685), where those involved in Monmouth's rebellion were tried
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Among the impressed were talent scouts, and one of them recruited Jeffreys for the musical revue Fun for the Money.
Jeffreys is 68 now, and basking in the accolades that his latest album, The King of In-Between, 14 years in the making, has been receiving.
Jeffreys, of Buttershaw in Bradford, pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen.
The Jeffreys, of Cuillin Close, Lambton, Washington, had denied the offences.
Of all the safety equipment on her school bus, North Carolina driver Jeffreys never thought she'd rely on a squeegee as a potential lifesaver.
Karl John Jeffreys cared for his ill 62 year -old wife, and she would suffer if he was sent to prison, magistrates heard.
DNA fingerprinting was developed three years ago by geneticist Alec Jeffreys at the University of Leicester in England (SN: 12/21&28/85, p.390).
Jeffreys of the University of Leicester, U.K., and Peter Gill and David J.
Jeffrey, 74, of Chase Rd., died Sunday, June 29, in his home surrounded by his family.
Janet Jeffrey, 57, died after being sucked into a silo containing 30 tons of grain as she tried to clear bird droppings off the top.