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Vincent Jackson
... Vincent Jackson (born January 14, 1983), is an American football wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ... Jackson, sometimes referred to by his initials, V.J ...
Faith Hill - Early Life and Career Start
... Hill was born in Ridgeland, Mississippi, north of Jackson, Mississippi ... She was raised in the nearby town of Star, 25 miles outside of Jackson, Mississippi ... birthday, she attended a concert by Elvis Presley at the State Fair Coliseum, in Jackson, which impressed her deeply ...
Queen Esther Marrow - Biography
... There she met her lifetime idol Mahalia Jackson, with whom she would later share the stage ... Other political activists on the crusade were Jesse Jackson, Sidney Poitier and Dr ... Nice To Be Civilized, and she starred as her idol Mahalia Jackson in the national tour of Sing Mahalia Sing, directed by George Faison ...
Jackson (village), Wisconsin
... Jackson is a village in Washington County, Wisconsin, United States ... The village is located partially within the Town of Jackson ...
West Virginia State Board Of Education V. Barnette - Decision of The Court - Majority Opinion
... Justice Robert Jackson, who had joined the court only two years earlier, wrote the decision, echoing the free-expression sentiments of Stromberg v ... In Barnette Justice Jackson addressed each element of Frankfurter’s Gobitis decision ... Jackson began with Frankfurter’s designation of the flag as a national symbol ...

Famous quotes containing the word jackson:

    Live within your means, never be in debt, and by husbanding your money you can always lay it out well. But when you get in debt you become a slave. Therefore I say to you never involve yourself in debt, and become no man’s surety. If your friend is in distress, aid him if you have the means to spare. If he fails to be able to return it, it is only so much lost.
    —Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)

    In England the judges should have independence to protect the people against the crown. Here the judges should not be independent of the people, but be appointed for not more than seven years. The people would always re-elect the good judges.
    —Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)

    It’s easy to be independent when you’ve got money. But to be independent when you haven’t got a thing—that’s the Lord’s test.
    —Mahalia Jackson (1911–1972)