dArblay

Ar•blay, d'

(ˈdɑr bleɪ)
n.
Madame Frances, Burney, Frances.
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They were invited to take part in the photo shoot as the actress was well known at the time for playing the lead role of Inspector Jean Darblay in the first three series of the 1980s BBC police drama Juliet Bravo.
||5JULIET 5 JULIET Bravo back in 1980 saw Stephanie Turner as Inspector Jean Darblay taking charge of a police station in the fictional Lancashire town of Hartley.
Inspector Jean Darblay (Stephanie Turner), in Juliet Bravo, took over the patch of Hartley, a small, fictional town in Lancashire and found herself having to earn the respect of the locals and master community policing.
Up the promotional ladder came Inspector Jean Darblay, played by Stephanie Turner in the first three of the six series which were made.
21 What was the job of Inspector Jean Darblay's husband Tom in 1980s cop series Juliet Bravo?
3 Which police drama centred on the events at Hartley Police Station in Lancashire, and in particular the efforts of Inspector Jean Darblay to overcome sexism from some of her male colleagues?
Jean Darblay starred as the heid-honcho of a fictional Lancashire police station, much to the chagrin of the predictably gruff bobbies.
8 Who played Insp Jean Darblay in cop show Juliet Bravo?
For more inspiration look at books which focus on beach homes such as Seaside Houses by Jerome Darblay and Alexandra D'Arnoux or Huts, Haven and Hideaways by Jo Denbury.
* Metso Automation will supply process control systems to UPM's new power plants at its mills in Shotton, United Kingdom; Chapelle Darblay, France; and Rauma, Finland.
Finnish process industry machinery and systems supplier Metso Corporation said on Tuesday (28 June) that its subsidiary Metso Automation would supply process control systems to the Finnish paper products company UPM's new power plants in the Shotton (United Kingdom), Chapelle Darblay (France) and Rauma (Finland) paper mills.