Jack London

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United States writer of novels based on experiences in the Klondike gold rush (1876-1916)

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His travelling companions, Ronnie Green, 31, from London, Jack Watts, 22, from Coventry, and Peter Jarrett, 31, from Australia, said they were devastated by his death.
After getting drunk at a party in London, Jack is kidnapped by a homicidal sadist.
In London, Jack Straw comes from a British Socialist background that traditionally has been pacifist and not pro-European; but if "Europe" can help resolve a crisis by negotiation instead of by military force, he is all for it.
In a speech in London, Jack Straw, UK foreign secretary, added that the EU was planning to step up pressure on Iran but dismissed suggestions of military action, regime change or oil sanctions.
The last time the club's met in the League Cup in North London, Jack Charlton's newly-promoted side romped to a 4-0 win back on September 11, 1974.
First, there's the idiosyncrasy of his preoccupations, among which one might list obscure genre writers, the history and character of London, Jack the Ripper, draw-blood booksellers, leftist politics, the city's--all of society's--disenfranchised.
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