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Ten of the callers identified the man as Jason Polanco of the Bronx.
Jason Berry received a 1992 Alicia Patterson Fellowship for his coverage of demagogues in Louisiana.
In an interview with The Philadelphia Inquirer, her boyfriend, Jason Anderson, said Craig-Lewis was “all consumed” by her job.
Jason did as he was coached, and not surprisingly, he lost the girl.
Born in Kuwait, Jason languished in college in the States (“It was a cultural thing”) and says he became clinically depressed.
And now, Mr. Jason, your device being accomplished, I suppose I may bid you good-night?Sport Royal|Anthony Hope
Here, beyond doubt, the Jason press had produced a powerful impression.The Blue Germ|Martin Swayne
The only things that gladdened Jason's heart were the massive drill press and lathe that worked off the slave-power drive belts.The Ethical Engineer|Henry Maxwell Dempsey
Jason, used to the petty officialdom of a thousand worlds, waited for a few moments before he understood.Deathworld|Harry Harrison
And Jason went to the ambush to lie in wait for Apsyrtus and then for his comrades.The Argonautica|Apollonius Rhodius
masc. proper name, from Greek Eason, from Hebrew Yehoshua, a common name among Hellenistic Jews (see Joshua). In Greek mythology, son of Aeson, leader of the Argonauts, from Latin Jason, from Greek Iason, perhaps related to iasthai "to heal" (see -iatric). The names were somewhat merged in Christian Greek.
A hero of classical mythology. Jason was the heir to a kingdom in Greece, but his cousin seized the throne. The cousin insisted that the gods would not allow Jason to become king until Jason brought back the miraculous Golden Fleece from a distant country. After many harrowing adventures with his companions, the Argonauts, and with the help of the sorceress Medea, he brought back the fleece. Medea, through her craft, arranged for Jason's cousin to be killed. Jason and Medea then went into exile, raised a family, and lived happily, until Jason announced plans to divorce Medea and marry a princess. Medea, enraged, killed the children she had borne Jason and Jason's bride as well and used her magic to escape. Jason then wandered about, a man out of favor with the gods, and was eventually killed when his old ship, the Argo, fell on him.