Douglas, James

(b. 1869)
   The Man in the Pulpit (1905), The Unpardonable Sin (1907), Theodore Watts-Dunton.

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  • Douglas, James — ▪ American engineer born Nov. 4, 1837, Quebec died June 25, 1918, New York City  Canadian born U.S. mining engineer, industrialist, and philanthropist who contributed greatly to the industrial growth and welfare of the U.S. Southwest.       He… …   Universalium

  • Douglas James Shearman — (* 2. Juli 1918 in Isleworth, Middlesex; † 12. Mai 2003 in Cassington, Oxfordshire) ist ein britischer Geologe und Sedimentologe, der wesentliche Beiträge zur Erforschung von Evaporiten und anderer Sedimente in Trockenklimaten geliefert hat.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Douglas James Smith — Douglas Smith Personal information Full name Douglas James Smith Born 29 May 1873(1873 05 29) Batley, Yorkshire, England Died 16 August 1949(1949 08 16) (aged 76) Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Afric …   Wikipedia

  • Douglas James Scalapino — (* 10. Dezember 1933 in San Francisco) ist ein US amerikanischer Physiker, der in theoretischer Festkörperphysik arbeitet. Scalapino studierte an der Yale University (Bachelor 1955) und promovierte 1961 bei Edwin Thompson Jaynes an der Stanford… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Douglas James Jardine — Sir Douglas James Jardine KCMG OBE (* 13. Oktober 1888; † 11. Dezember 1946[1]) war ein britischer Kolonialgouverneur. Leben Jardine besuchte die Westminster School und danach das Trinity College in Cambridge, graduierte 1910 zum Bachelor und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Douglas James Jardine — For the article about the English cricketer who captained the Bodyline Ashes tour, see Douglas Jardine Sir Douglas James Jardine, KCMG, OBE (13 October 1888 11 December 1946) was a British colonial administrator, holding the posts of Governor of… …   Wikipedia

  • Douglas, James Douglas, 9th earl of — ▪ Scottish leader born 1426 died July 14, 1488, Lindores Abbey, Fife, Scot.       last of the first line of the earls of Douglas, caught in the internal wars of Scotland and the intrigues with the English.       He at first attempted to avenge… …   Universalium

  • Douglas, James Douglas, 2nd earl of — ▪ Scottish leader born c. 1358 died August 1388, Otterburn, Roxburghshire, Scot.       Scottish leader in wars against the English in the late 14th century.       Son of the 1st earl, William Douglas, he married (1371 or 1373) Isabel, daughter of …   Universalium

  • Henning, Douglas James — ▪ 2001 “Doug”        Canadian magician (b. May 3, 1947, Winnipeg, Man. d. Feb. 7, 2000, Los Angeles, Calif.), helped revive interest in magic with his traveling act and a series of Broadway shows and television specials in the 1970s and early 80s …   Universalium

  • James Douglas — may refer to: Contents 1 Scottish noblemen 1.1 Lords of Angus 1.2 Lords of Douglas …   Wikipedia

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