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  1. James Thomas Cushing (/ ˈ k ʌ ʃ ɪ ŋ /; 4 February 1937 – 29 March 2002) was an American theoretical physicist and philosopher of science.He was professor of physics as well as professor of philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.

  2. James McCloud Cushing was born at Guadalajara, Mexico, about 1910 to Canadian-born U.S. citizen George Cushing (1856-1925) and Mexican citizen Simona (De Navares) Cushing (1895-1981). George was a managing director of the Canada Mexico Trading Company. In 1920, the family was living in El Paso, Texas, and ten year-old "Jimmie's" native tongue ...

  3. 23/08/2021 · James Cushing’s criminal activities first surfaced on March 8, 1990, when he entered the DeBarros residence on Queen Anne Hill through an unlocked door. The following morning, the family found an ax, which generally stays outside, inside the house.

  4. James Cushing terrorized the Queen Anne neighborhood in 1990. He killed a 63-year-old woman with an axe, and in another case spray painted “The killer is bac...

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  5. 24/02/2011 · Dr. James Cushing has been an English teacher at Cal Poly since 1989. Students and faculty agree that Cushing is one of the most original characters that they’ve encountered on campus, if not during their whole life. As well as being a professor and poet, Cushing hosts a weekly jazz program called “Miles Ahead” on KCPR.

  6. James Cushing reads his poem, The Once Familiar at the EP Foster Library in Ventura, California on January 22, 2015. Jim has four books of poetry published...

  7. 20/09/1990 · James Cushing began his journey through the mental-health system at age 14, when he was sent to Rainier School at Buckley, a state school for the developmentally disabled. Seven years later, in 1974, he was transferred to Fircrest School, and then to the Bellingham group home, which housed 20 young people with mental damage.