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  • '''James Connolly''' (June 5, 1868 – May 12, 1916) was a leader of the [[Easter R ...statement at his court martial, 1916[http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/james_connolly.htm]</blockquote>
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/James Connolly]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • '''James Connolly''' (June 5, 1868 – May 12, 1916) was a leader of the [[Easter R ...statement at his court martial, 1916[http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/james_connolly.htm]</blockquote>
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  • {{r|James Connolly}} {{r|James Larkin}}
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  • {{rpl|James Graham}} [http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/broughttolife/people/jamesgraham.aspx] {{rpl|James Boswell}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/James Larkin]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|James Connolly}}
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  • ...[[Easter Rising]], where he was attached to the headquarters staff under [[James Connolly]]. It was Sean MacDiarmada that read Padraig Pearse's letter of s
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  • ...ularly expressed [[romantic]] and [[idealistic]] notions of Irish freedom, James Connolly was also committed to armed rebellion, but for much more practica
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  • ...the center of the city), Henry Lord Middle School (serving the South End), James Morton Middle School (serving the North End), and Edmund P. Talbot Middle ...me to Bishop Connolly High School, a Catholic high school named for Bishop James L. Connolly, fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Fall River. The city is the
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  • The Labour Party was founded in 1912 by [[James Connolly]]. It is Ireland's third-largest party.
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  • #'Wipe Out' (Robert Earl Berryhill, Patrick Francis Connolly, James Evans Fuller, Ronald Lee Wilson) - The Surfaris
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  • #'Wipe Out' (Robert Earl Berryhill, Patrick Francis Connolly, James Evans Fuller, Ronald Lee Wilson) - The Surfaris #'Since I Don't Have You' (James Beaumont, Janet Vogel, Joseph Verscharen, Walter Lester, John Taylor, Jose
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  • ...lict with the union executive and, in particular, its general secretary, [[James Sexton]]. On 28th November 1908, Sexton won executive authority to suspend ...yle soon found expression in the union's weekly paper, the Irish Worker. [[James Connolly]], who returned from America to become organiser for the [[Social
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  • ...Davis | first = Philip M | coauthors = Bruce V Lewenstein, Daniel H Simon, James G Booth, Mathew J L Connolly | title = Open access publishing, article dow
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  • * Ruckenstein, Lelia and O'Malley, James A. ''Everything Irish: The History, Literature, Art, Music, People, and P * Donnelly, James S., ed. ''Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture.'' Macmillan Referenc
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  • * Donnelly, James S., ed. ''Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture.'' Macmillan Referenc * Cahalan, James M. ''The Irish Novel: A Critical History.'' Twayne, 1988. 365 pp.
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  • {{r|James R. Dorcy}}National Advisory Board, [[Federation for American Immigration R {{r|James G. McDonald}}National Advisory Board, [[Federation for American Immigratio
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  • * Donnelly, James S., ed. ''Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture.'' Macmillan Referenc * Ruckenstein, Lelia and O'Malley, James A. ''Everything Irish: The History, Literature, Art, Music, People, and P
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  • ...of Kells]], and writers such as [[George Berkeley]], [[Jonathan Swift]], [[James Joyce]], [[George Bernard Shaw]], [[Richard Brinsley Sheridan]], [[Oliver * Donnelly, James S., ed. ''Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture.'' Macmillan Referenc
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  • {{r|James River}} {{r|James Currie}}
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  • ...oger Federer]], a professional tennis player, hitting a forehand against [[James Blake]] in the quarterfinals of the 2006 [[U.S. Open]].]] ...yed by the Van Alen Streamlined Scoring System (VASSS) rules, created by [[James Van Alen]], who later invented the tie-breaker. The scoring was the same
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  • {{r|James L. Huffman}} Erskine Wood Sr. Professor of Law and former Dean, Lewis & Cl {{r|James L. Oakes}} Senior Judge, [[United States Court of Appeals for the Second C
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