- Sir Leander Starr [stahr] /stɑr/Doctor Jameson, 1853–1917, Scottish physician and statesman: colonial administrator in South Africa.
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This week, that life descended into 911 drama after Ortiz was arrested after Jameson accused him of physically abusing her.
Team Tito then claimed that Jameson is lying, and furthermore, that she's battling an addiction to OxyContin.
Was it Jameson, or only something mocking her from the mirror?
Not reputation, Jameson; I do not risk that; I could not—it would be death!
His soliloquy was cut short by the appearance of Jameson and his friend.
In three days time Jameson was to depart for Europe, and forever.
"Poor young lady," said Mr. Jameson, when he and I were together in our sitting-room.Kent Knowles: Quahaug
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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)