- James JohnGentleman Jim, 1866–1933, U.S. boxer: world heavyweight champion 1892–97.
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The three—Lichtblau, Risen, and Corbett—were an unlikely combination.Secret Keepers and Secret Spillers: Spooks and the Press in Post-9/11 America
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Accusations have flown that Corbett played politics with the case of the predatory animal.
Corbett has sued the NCAA over penalties the association handed the school in the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse tragedy.
Jeannette held her finger up to Corbett, saying, with a smile, 'mchant!'
As Corbett was at the table, one of the men came down and made a sign.
Are you ready to take up the matter of costumes with Corbett?
During this question and answer Mr. Corbett was also calculating.
The lighter man was slippery as an eel, as hard to hit as a Corbett.The Highgrader
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- mountaineering any separate mountain peak between 2500 feet and 3000 feet high: originally used of Scotland only, but now sometimes extended to other parts of the British Isles