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Jack London

(1876—1916) American novelist


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ABDELA, Jack Samuel Ronald (1913 - 1994), QC 1966; a Circuit Judge, Central Criminal Court (formerly Deputy Chairman, Inner London Quarter Sessions), 1970–86

AMBROSE, Edmund Jack (1914 - 1996), Professor of Cell Biology, University of London, Institute of Cancer Research, 1967–76, then Emeritus Professor; Staff of Chester Beatty Research Institute, Institute of Cancer Research: Royal Cancer Hospital, 1952–75

Book Review. Stephen Grosz, Jack Beatson, QC and Peter Duffy, QC, Human Rights: The 1998 Act and the European Convention, London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2000, 440 pages, ISBN 0-421-640-604, 75.00 Book Review. Nicholas Blake, QC and Laurie Fransman, eds, Immigration, Nationality and Asylum under the Human Rights Act 1998, London, Butterworths, 1999, 257 pages, ISBN 0-406-92745-6

BRYMER, Jack (1915 - 2003), Principal Clarinettist, London Symphony Orchestra, 1972–87

Canonizing Economic Crisis: Jack London's The Road

Charisma, Converts, Competitors: Societal and Sociological Factors in the Success of Early Christianity, Jack T. Sanders. London: SCM Press, 2000, 223 pp. $27.00 (paper)

CHARLES, Jack (1923 - 2006), Director of Establishments, Greater London Council, 1972–77

FISHER, Frederick Jack (1908 - 1988), Professor of Economic History, London School of Economics, University of London, 1954–75

Furry Logic: Biological Kinship and Empire in Jack London's The Call of the Wild

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Jack London’s Hobo Writing and Some Previously Unnoted Slang Words, Usages and Expressions

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JACK, Robert Barr (1928 - 2010), Partner, McGrigor Donald, Solicitors, Glasgow, Edinburgh and London, 1957–93 (Joint Senior Partner, 1986–90; Senior Partner, 1990–93)

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London, Jack Griffith (1876–1916)

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(1876–1916)

American novelist, born in San Francisco. He grew up in poverty, scratching a living in various legal and illegal ways—robbing the oyster beds, working in a canning factory and ...

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