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 (ā′jē), James Rufus 1909-1955.
American writer and critic noted for his collaboration with photographer Walker Evans on Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (1941), a bleak depiction of rural poverty, as well as for his posthumously published novel A Death in the Family (1957).
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(əˈdʒiː) or


awry, crooked, or ajar
awry; at an angle
[C19: a-2 + gee1]


(Biography) James. 1909–55, US novelist, poet, and film critic. His works include the autobiographical novel A Death in the Family (1957)
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(ˈeɪ dʒi)

James, 1909–55, U.S. author and film critic.
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''I was hoping it would be Ajee and I going at it,'' Montano said.
La deuxieme place (7 pts) a ete remportee par l'Americaine Ajee Wilson.
American AJee Wilson won in 1:59.68, a fraction ahead of Cuban Rose Mary Almanza, but there was food for thought in the performance of England's Jessica Judd, who finished third.
800m Final: 1 Ajee Wilson (USA) 1min 59.68secs, 2 Rose Mary Almanza (Cub) 1:59.94, 3 Jessica Judd (Gbr) 2:00.01.
The 17-year-old from Essex was denied the gold by just 0.05 seconds as she was edged out by American Ajee Wilson, despite clocking a personal best two minutes 0.96secs.
(5.) Aje nimo ononiyan/Bo ba ti n je funni bi idan, bi idan [20]/Ko kuku seni ti o niwon eyee tiwon/Ona ajee kaluku n gba lo sotooto.
The 26-year-old clocked 1:58.42 but finished third behind US ace Ajee Wilson and Jamaica's Natoya Goule.
Not only did she improve her previous best of 1:58.69, set two years ago, by running 1:58.42 to finish third as American Ajee Wilson won in 1:57.73 from Jamaica's Natoya Goule.
Their absence will present a good opportunity for, among others, the 2017 London World 800m bronze medallist Ajee Wilson from USA and Kenya's Nelly Jepkosgei to star.Wilson and Jepkogei finished third and fourth in season bests 1:58.83 and 1:59.00 behind Semenya and Niyonsaba respectively in Doha.
Cyclist Katie Hall had 11 tests, middle distance runner Ajee Wilson 10 and long distance runner Galen Rupp eight.