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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A group in the Anglican Church that minimizes the episcopacy, priesthood, and sacraments and favors evangelical doctrines, polity, and usages.

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  • "Jamelia," it's clear that Caribou has made a massive leap forwards, upwards and sideways. here.

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  • Jamelia herself was brought up by a single mother, Paulette Davis, who became pregnant with her as a teenager, so she sees all the issues from the perspective of a second-generation single mother and believes that her dysfunctional relationships with her children's fathers were due to her own fatherless childhood.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • Grandparents look after the children a lot because Jamaicans are very family-oriented, says Jamelia, who still lives outside Birmingham partly so that family members, as well as friends, can get involved in looking after her children.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • The unrelenting work ethic in such institutions was a lingering relic of the workhouses, where Romford-based Bill Golding – also interviewed by Jamelia in the programme – was sent at the age of three with his unmarried mother Ida, in 1924, after her family rejected her.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • Even Jamelia's celebrity and wealth don't completely insulate her from sensitivity about being a single parent.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • Her own mother, Paulette, went back to live in Jamaica some years ago because, according to Jamelia, She didn't really like how England is going.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • Jamelia's discovery of how bad the past was for single mothers has made her resolve to step up the pastoral side of a career that already involves going into schools to talk to girls about their potential.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • She has emerged as a poster girl for successful single mothers, but becoming a lone parent was never part of Jamelia's game-plan.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • After her maternity break, Jamelia's comeback single, Superstar, reached number three in the charts in 2003 and earned her two Brit nominations.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

  • Jamelia was born to Jamaican parents in Handsworth, a deprived part of Birmingham with a history of rioting in 1981, 1985 and 1991.

    Jamelia: Respect for single mothers!

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