Jamison


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United States dancer and choreographer (born in 1944)

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Burdened with a crushing guilt and harrowing memories he cannot escape, Jamison's life is consumed by an explosive temper, sleepless nights, and a gradual descent into alcoholism.
AUSTRALIA U16: 278-8, 50 overs (Shobit Singh 107, Ryley Smith 59, Jamison Murphy 56; Ahmed Khan 3-53, Farhad Khan 2-46, Aaliyan Mehmood 2-46)
Jamison states the cartridge has a ratio of overall case length to diameter (measured 1.25 inches from the base) of "no more than about 4.2." It further states that to achieve desired propellant burning characteristics, that diameter is preferably "at least about 0.53 inch." It also adds that the ratio of case body length (base to shoulder origin) to diameter should be "no more than 3.33." Note the lack of exact numbers; this is classic patent strategy--claiming precise values opens the door to infringement attempts.
THE TOPIC: In her self-described "drunkalog," Leslie Jamison takes us on a ride through the dark, often exhilarating, days of addiction into an awareness of the vice grip in which alcohol held her.
The book begins with Jamison's own decent into alcoholism.
Coach Lancaster (right) said of the 26-year-old: "Luke's a good player but Jamison's been here for a year and a half.
But Carmel guard Ranya Jamison is having a hard time remembering the last time her team practiced.
Nacewa and fellow New Zealander Jamison Gibson-Park were turned back due to visa issues that came to light on arrival in Johannesburg.
Kay Redfield Jamison, PhD, in "Robert Lowell, Setting the River on Fire: A Study of Genius, Mania, and Character" (New York: Alfred A.
Phil Jamison. Urbana, Chicago, and Springfield: University of Illinois Press, 2015.