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Noun1.James George Frazer - English social anthropologist noted for studies of primitive religion and magic (1854-1941)James George Frazer - English social anthropologist noted for studies of primitive religion and magic (1854-1941)
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It tells of the intense competition for a corporal's stripe as Private James Frazer, played by John Laurie, who died in 1980, vies with Lance Corporal Jones to win a little power over their colleagues.
Q Division One new-boys Billingham Town have completed the signing of defender James Frazer from local rivals Billingham Synthonia.
Performing on the night, were accordionists Bill McMinn, Deryn Waitt, Robin Waitt, Susan Power, Newby Park, Norman Swainston, John Douglas, Kenny Jackson, James Frazer, John Waugh, Barbara Fisher and Andy Phillips.
Sergeant Mark Jones, who is based in Prestatyn, said: "In the infamous words of Private James Frazer, from Dad's Army: 'We're doomed'."
In April 1959, Westbury appeared on Desert Island Discs with Roy Plomley, where her favourite piece of music was Mozart's Cosi Fan Tuti (Act 1 Trio), and her book was James Frazer's The Golden Bough.
In April 1959, Marjorie appeared on Desert Island Discs with Roy Plomley, where her favourite piece of music was Mozart's Cosi Fan Tuti (Act 1 Trio), and her book was James Frazer's The Golden Bough.
In April, 1959, Marjorie appeared on Desert Island Discs with Roy Plomley, where her favourite piece of music was Mozart's Cosi Fan Tuti (Act 1 Trio) and her book was James Frazer's The Golden Bough.
Bien se sabe que, en esos tiempos encendidos por la velocidad de la arqueologia y la antropologia, fermentaron para bien los estudios de lo "simbolico" y de la religion comparada; y que el interes cientifico y cultural en lo "primitivo" fue ingrediente vigoroso de la forma en que, bajo las polleras puritanas de la reina Victoria, se alborotase una robusta curiosidad sexual que incendiaba, por ejemplo, los estudios pioneros de Havelock Ellis y las pesquisas de sir James Frazer hasta las novelas de D.
George begins by discussing Wittgenstein's criticism of empirical explanations of religious ("magical") beliefs in Sir James Frazer's The Golden Baugh.
Because should Norwich City win at home tomorrow, we're all DOOMED as undertaker James Frazer, played by John Laurie, used to lament with staring eyes in Dad's Army.
Next is James Frazer, the author of the popular classic in comparative religions, The Golden Bough.
Then consultant James Frazer said Jack might be helped by a procedure which would give him a 60 per cent chance.