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(ˈdʒɛf ərz)

(John) Robinson, 1887–1962, U.S. poet.
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Noun1.Jeffers - United States poet who wrote about California (1887-1962)
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The statement read, ``Mr David Gold and Birmingham City Football Club wish to make it absolutely clear that both parties hold the player, Francis Jeffers, in utmost regard and virulently deny any negative comments that were linked to the chairman.
Clinton Morrison's future at Birmingham City will be cast into doubt if the club signs Francis Jeffers from Arsenal.
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Jeffers. It was hard to imagine her fighting with anyone.
IF ONLY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT AND Will Jeffers could have teamed up.
By ANN JEFFERS. Studies in the History and Culture of the Ancient Near East, vol.
There has never been a 'Jeffers era': Robinson Jeffers is to modernism what .
Educated in English literature, medicine, and forestry, Jeffers inherited money, which allowed him to write poetry.
John Robinson Jeffers--the John, Jeffers noted, "never took"--was born in Sewickley, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the son of Dr.
But also on the list are a number of what Jeffers calls "plain-vanilla acquisitions and repositionings of properties." There are, for instance, the office building at 633 W.
Elaine Jeffers was sentenced Tuesday in Lane County Circuit Court to up to 20 years in prison for the crime spree, which involved her and three teenage male accomplices.
FRANCIS JEFFERS witnessed at first hand the development of Wayne Rooney.