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Synonyms for Jackson

English film actress who later became a member of British Parliament (born in 1936)

United States singer who began singing with his four brothers and later became a highly successful star during the 1980s (born in 1958)

United States singer who did much to popularize gospel music (1911-1972)

United States civil rights leader who led a national campaign against racial discrimination and ran for presidential nomination (born in 1941)

United States writer of romantic novels about the unjust treatment of Native Americans (1830-1885)

general in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War whose troops at the first Battle of Bull Run stood like a stone wall (1824-1863)

7th president of the US

a town in western Wyoming

a town in western Tennessee

capital of the state of Mississippi on the Pearl River

a town in south central Michigan

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For Billy Jackson was shining down on her, calm and bright and constant through the skylight.
The third time she got two thin fingers to her lips and blew a kiss out of the black pit to Billy Jackson.
William Jackson, the ambulance physician who attended the case, says the patient will recover.
Sillerton Jackson carried between his narrow hollow temples, and under his soft thatch of silver hair, a register of most of the scandals and mysteries that had smouldered under the unruffled surface of New York society within the last fifty years.
Sillerton Jackson handed back Lawrence Lefferts's opera-glass.
An' the first thing I know, Jackson, here, asks me for a match.
An' then Jackson says, 'let's give 'm something for luck.
An' when I come to, here was Bud an' Anson an' Jackson dousin' me at a water trough.
Then Jackson, with glittering drops of water on his hair and beard, came back looking angry, and Hollis, who, being the youngest of us, assumed an indolent superiority, said without stirring, "Give him a dry sarong--give him mine; it's hanging up in the bathroom.
The wavering gloom of the little cabin; the breathless stillness outside, through which only the lapping of water against the schooner's sides could be heard; Hollis's pale face, with steady dark eyes; the energetic head of Jackson held up between two big palms, and with the long yellow hair of his beard flowing over the strings of the guitar lying on the table; Karain's upright and motionless pose, his tone--all this made an impression that cannot be forgotten.
Jackson departed upstairs on his errand, and immediately returned with a message that Mr.
Jackson to the apartment of Fogg, from whence he came back to say that he (Fogg) was ready to see Mr.
Davis, with another glance at the truculent Jackson, wavered.
President Andrew Jackson in 1833 withdrew the federal government deposits from the Bank of the United States, leading to a major financial panic}
One General Jackson had "removed the deposits," as I afterwards learned, though I never could understand exactly what that meant; but, it suddenly made money scarce, more especially with those who had none; and every body that was "extended" began to quake in their shoes.