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jarl

 (yärl)
n.
A medieval Scandinavian chieftain or nobleman.

[Old Norse.]

jarl

(jɑːl)
n
(Historical Terms) medieval history a Scandinavian chieftain or noble
[C19: from Old Norse; see earl]
ˈjarldom n

jarl

(yɑrl)

n.
a medieval Scandinavian chieftain or noble.
[1810–20; < Old Norse jarl; see earl]
jarl′dom, n.
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Jarl, who was billed by Ingmar Bergman as "one of the last great samurai who unyieldingly fights for ideals," will teach an online filmmaking class titled "Shedding Light on Dark Passages" as part of the festival.
Brandishing an axe, he led his Jarl Squad Brandishing an axe, he led his Jarl Squad as the Shetland Isles's sles's Up HellyAa celebrations began.
After spying a raven haired beauty, who turns out to be Lillian, the lord's daughter, Eriik, the Viking Jarl, is determined to take more than Saxon riches back to his home.
Shields adorn the sides of the boat and round the walls of the shed are paintings of previous Jarls in scenes from Norse times - longships coming ashore, battles and raids.
Gold: Elland - 1872 Porter(West Yorkshire); Silver: Buntingford - Twitchell (Hertfordshire); Bronze: Fyne Ales - Jarl (Argyll) MILD.
It's easier to get a tiger off Craigslist than it is to go adopt a kitten," Jarl said in an interview last month.
In trying to get two girls, Unn and Kadlin, to help, our young innocent finds himself hauled before the Jarl and expelled from the islands.
The delegation accompanying the Danish Crown Prince included Troels Lund Poulsen, Minister of Environment; Christian Konigsfeldt, Ambassador of Denmark; Per Thornit, Lord Chamberlain, Chief of Court; Jarl Frijs-Madsen, Ambassador and Under-Secretary for Foreign Trade and Investment.
Wake-up call Stay at the Birger Jarl Stockholm, a stylish and modern hotel.
Berg's Ski & Snowboard Shop in Eugene was the first shop to buy one, and in the words of Jarl Berg, who works there, "It's awesome.
Johan Jarl, from Lund University, Sweden, worked with a team of researchers to determine the effect of low alcohol consumption on health by measuring alcohol-related medical care costs and episodes collected during the Swedish Cost of Alcohol Project in 2002.