Jarrow


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Jarrow

(ˈdʒærəʊ)
n
(Placename) a port in NE England, in South Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: ruined monastery where the Venerable Bede lived and died; its unemployed marched on London in the 1930s; shipyards, oil installations, iron and steel works. Pop: 27 526 (2001)
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WHILE Caedmon was still singing at Whitby, in another Northumbrian village named Jarrow a boy was born.
In the monastery of Jarrow all who could read, or preach, or sing were killed by it.
Extracts are from a letter of Cuthbert, afterwards Abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow, to his friend Cuthwin.
WE step out at Station Street, Jarrow, in our gritty main image taken in the late 1960s.
Jarrow Hall - Anglo-Saxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum has secured PS99,863 from the Esmee Fairbairn Collections Fund.
JARROW UNDER-13s V BILLINGHAM UNDER-13s BILLINGHAM Under-13s showed today that they were maturing into a well-organised team.
Tipton Town's FA Vase dream was shattered in heart-breaking - and controversial - fashion in a penalty shoot-out against Jarrow Roofing.
JARROW Hall, the world's only Anglo-Saxon farm, village and Bede Museum, is celebrating its first birthday by throwing its doors open with 'pay what you want' admission for all visitors this weekend on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 October.
Southwest has also successfully completed installation of Kamakura's market valuation (KRM-mv), value at risk (KRM-var), yield curve smoothing (KRM-yc) and non-maturity deposit valuation (KRM-dc) modules developed in conjunction with Professor Robert Jarrow, Kamakura Managing Director for Research and professor at Cornell University.
com | Jarrow In Old Photographs is published on July 15 by Amberley, priced PS14.