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 (här′lō), Jean Originally Harlean Carpenter. 1911-1937.
American actress known for her beauty and sardonic wit. Her films include Hell's Angels (1930) and Red Dust (1932).

Harlow

(ˈhɑːləʊ)
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(Placename) a town in SE England, in W Essex: designated a new town in 1947. Pop: 78 389 (2001 est)

Harlow

(ˈhɑːləʊ)
n
(Biography) Jean, real name Harlean Carpentier. 1911–37, US film actress, whose films include Hell's Angels (1930), Red Dust (1932), and Bombshell (1933)
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15) Perhaps the most astonishing evidence of the tomb-verse tradition's survival is the annotation of Wiggins's Folger discovery in a 1532 Thynne edition, "apparently added during the eighteenth century by William Latton, a fellow of Wadham College, Oxford" by transcription from one of two printed sources.
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Among the first beneficiaries of the fund were Greyhounds-r-us (GRUS) from Latton, near Swindon and Westarth Kennels at Bampton near Oxfordshire.
The techniques were applied in the village of Latton, in Wiltshire, and reduced the proportion of vehicles exceeding 40 mph from 50 per cent to around 10 per cent, without the use of conventional traffic calming.
Ian Latton, from St Helens, tried desperately to get through on the phone lines all day.
PAUL Latton, of Wallsend, is right in saying that there are many unelected agencies, paid for by the taxpayers of our country, which are aimed at alleviating the damage caused by legislation emanating from Brussels.
The Prime Minister arrived at the Latton Bush Centre, Harlow, Essex, for the party's press conference to be confronted by impressionist Rory Bremner who was in full PM make-up for a televison sketch.