James

James is a common English surname and given name:

  • James (name), the typically masculine first name James
  • James (surname), various people with the last name James

James may also refer to:

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... James I's courtiers discovered in "James Stuart" "a just master", and converted "Charles James Stuart" into "Claims Arthur's seat" (even at that point in time ... tutor to the future Charles I, worked hard on multilingual anagrams on the name of father James ...
...I Care Because You Do
... James, under the pseudonym of Aphex Twin ... James' third studio album recorded under this moniker, the album was released on 24 April 1995 ... This album marks the end of James' first analogue era, his next decade of albums being composed on computers until Analord ...
James - Other
... Epistle of James, part of the New Testament James Cycle Co, a British cycle and motorcycle manufacturer ...
4th General Assembly Of Prince Edward Island - Members
... the general election of 1785 were Name James Campbell John Throckmorton William Lawson James Curtis James McNutt John Webster Dugald Stewart Alexander Fletcher David ...

Famous quotes containing the word james:

    To treat a “big” subject in the intensely summarized fashion demanded by an evening’s traffic of the stage when the evening, freely clipped at each end, is reduced to two hours and a half, is a feat of which the difficulty looms large.
    —Henry James (1843–1916)

    Those thoughts are truth which guide us to beneficial interaction with sensible particulars as they occur, whether they copy these in advance or not.
    —William James (1842–1910)

    ‘Intellectualism’ is the belief that our mind comes upon a world complete in itself, and has the duty of ascertaining its contents; but has no power of re-determining its character, for that is already given.
    —William James (1842–1910)