Jarman


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Jarman

(ˈjɑːmən)
n
(Biography) Derek. 1942–94, British film director and writer; his films include Jubilee (1977), Caravaggio (1986), and Wittgenstein (1993)
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Why, doctor, there was nothing but a foot path, or at the most a track for pack-horses, along the Mohawk, from the Jarman Flats up to the forts.
By studying the collagen in the ribs, Jarman has been able to analyse eating habits, going some way towards clearing their reputation for unsustainability.
The court previously heard police found 2kg of cocaine at 80% purity with a potential street value of PS450,000 after stopping courier Stuart Jarman on the M4 on March 15.
Maggie Jarman was walking on sand dunes in Aberffraw, Anglesey, when three-year-old border collie Chloe was bitten by the venomous snake.
ONE of the principle contributors to this year's Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival has landed the prestigious Jarman Award.
During the meeting, Al Jarman and Sarubbi discussed bilateral relations and ways to enhance co-operation between the two countries.
based interdisciplinary ensemble force/collision is premiering Jarman (all this maddening beauty), a new multimedia/solo performance work featuring a script by Caridad Svich.
In life, the gay filmmaker and artist Derek Jarman was a polarizing figure.
MURDERER Graeme Jarman has penned a letter from behind bars apparently boasting his high security prison isn't "tough on prisoners".
Michael Charlesworth Derek Jarman Reaktion Books (Critical Lives).
Graeme Jarman, inset, was jailed for life in July for bludgeoning a pensioner to death with a hammer at her home in Hexham, Northumberland.
Serial sex attacker Graeme Jarman, 48, duped spinster Judith Richardson into letting him in by showing her Age UK charity leaflets.