Peter Jay


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Peter Jay

n. a nickname for a police officer. You walk straight, or Peter Jay is going to bust you.
See also: jay, peter
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Two guest speakers, Huda Bin Redha and Peter Jay Tacbobo,who had used DJI Mavic Air prior to the product launch, shared their experiences about the new product.
Matthew began his musical career as a member of Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers before becoming a co-founder of Procol Harum in 1967.
Turns out Peter was the drummer in 60s band Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers.
He has more than enough tales to fill several memoirs from his time as a teenage lead singer with Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers; touring with the Rolling Stones; fronting his own band, Fantasia; skipping the chance to front Led Zeppelin, half a lifetime spent in the USA and contractual wrangles of epic proportions.
One can see the wearying action of that responsibility on publisher poets like Peter Jay of Anvil Poetry, Michael Schmidt of Carcanet Press, and even James Laughlin of New Directions Publishing.
In 1977, Labour premier Jim Callaghan appointed his son-in-law Peter Jay, a Times journalist, as Our Man in Washington.
In their paper Quantified Benefits from Asset Management The Sodexo Journey, Peter Jay, Principal Consultant at the Woodhouse Partnership Ltd, and Keith Hamer, Group Vice-President, Asset Management & Engineering, at Sodexo, explain how the company implemented ISO 55001 and transformed their business, to enable growth and improve value to their customers.
Roses are Red appears in an unabridged audio edition narrated by Peter Jay Fernandez and revolves around detective Alex Cross, who against pursues a dangerous killer.
BIRTHDAYS (tomorrow): Peter Jay, writer and broadcaster, 79; Mick McCarthy, football manager, 57; James Spader, actor, 56; Garth Brooks, country singer, 54; David Bryan, musician (Bon Jovi), 54; Eddie Izzard, comedian/actor, 54; Ray Mears, survival expert/TV presenter, 52; Chris Rock, actor/comedian, 51; Richie Burnett, darts player, 49.
Dirden, Robert Petkoff, John McMartin, Michael McKean, Christopher Liam Moore, William Jackson Harper, Eric Lenox Abrams, Peter Jay Fernandez, Rob Campbell, Betsy Aidem, Susannah Schulman, Roslyn Ruff, James Eckhouse, J.
30 at the Castillo, starring Kathleen Chalfant and Peter Jay Fernandez.
The last non-career British ambassador to the United States, Peter Jay, was sent to Washington in 1977.
Live bands such as Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers were playing at weekends.
Detectives led by Chief Inspector Peter Jay were soon on the scene, and attention soon focused on the man who had volunteered to clear the drain - a bespectacled 38 year-old clerk and former policeman, who worked at the local job centre and lived alone in the attic flat with his dog, Beep.
WHICH gossip columnist was worked over in order to note that Peter Jay omitted mention of Carl Bernstein in a review of the new book about Ben Bradlee?