James Murray


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Noun1.James Murray - Scottish philologist and the lexicographer who shaped the Oxford English Dictionary (1837-1915)James Murray - Scottish philologist and the lexicographer who shaped the Oxford English Dictionary (1837-1915)
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In 1893 I was married to Miss Margaret James Murray, a native of Mississippi, and a graduate of Fisk University, in Nashville, Tenn.
In terms of tries Harrogate won 3-1, beginning when their centre Nick Wainwright split Nuns'defence with a 20-yard break and he also set up their second try for prop Phil Swainson, James Murray converting.
WCB) is pleased to announce that James Murray has joined WCB's Central Jersey office as vice president, specializing in the sale and leasing of office space in Monmouth, Middlesex, and Mercer counties.
James Murray, head of customer marketing at Miller UK, is leaving the company after nine years to become business director at food and drink consultancy Levercliff Associates.
Professor James Murray was the creator of the OED, which features lavish examples of word usage over time.
In 1907, William Henry Hoover produced the first commercial bag-on-a-stick upright vacuum cleaner in Ohio, USA, after buying the patent from his wife's cousin, James Murray Spangler.
James Murray to Spearhead Interwoven's Leadership in Growing Asia Pacific ECM Market
Typically they were artisans who worked outside of factories in trades where the impact of mechanisation came comparatively late: Charles and James Murray were both shoemakers as was William Morgan, while George Harris was a tailor, and Richard Butler a compositor.
James Murray, Public Affairs Officer, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Pearl Harbor
Together with mathematician James Murray and other colleagues, Gottman created a set of equations that takes into account partners' overall outlook on life, persuadability and the extent to which they let their significant other's compliments or snide digs affect them.
James Murray, 19, from Glendowan Grove, in the Lagmore area of Belfast, was found dead outside the building in King Street just before 6am yesterday.
James Murray, 30, was disqualified for three years in May 2007.