jerid

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jerid

(dʒəˈriːd)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a wooden javelin used in Muslim countries in military displays on horseback. Also: jereed, jerreed or jerrid
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Each of them bore at his saddle-bow a bundle of darts or javelins, about four feet in length, having sharp steel heads, a weapon much in use among the Saracens, and of which the memory is yet preserved in the martial exercise called El Jerrid, still practised in the Eastern countries.
Timothy Bernard Calloway, 24, of Salem and Diontay Edward Wilson, 26, of Portland are in the Marion County Jail but have not been charged with the shooting death of Jerrid Goodpaster.
It would also be a disappointment to Jerrid Webber of Derry, who said he spends his Friday and Saturday nights "keeping drunk drivers off the streets" as an Uber driver.
Aside from the scale, engineering, design, construction and safety challenges, any of which could define a pipeliner's career, what really motivates Enbridge's Flanagan South Pipeline executives Jerrid Anderson and Mark Sitek, is the idea they are part of a larger socio-economic movement across North America.
He will join co-anchors Rena Sarigianopoulos and meteorologist Jerrid Sebesta.
Thompson; Jerrid Douglas, president, 100 Black Men of New Jersey; actor/musician Busta Rhymes; and Reverend Jacques Andre De Graff, Spiritual Leader, the Canaan Baptist Church of Harlem.
However, the two must have some help from role players such as Jerrid McKenna and Cody Anderson.
Besides Jimmy and Tommy, this cell had two more members: a skinny, rosy-cheeked blond guy named Jerrid Hixon, from Washington State, and Cesar Aleman, twenty-six, of Los Angeles, who had rotated into Alpha Company after the death of Sergeant Brown.
We're still on the tail end of completing the change from incandescent bulbs or lamps to LED scoring digits," says Jerrid Thomas, regional marketing associate for Daktronies, Inc.
While many companies have reduced staff, there is often room for new graduates or less experienced workers, said Jerrid Douglas, vice president, investment advisor at Columbia Management Group in New York City.
Our commitment to the customer demands that we constantly examine Nextlink's telecommunications networks to meet current technology standards, competitive pressures, and the convergence of voice and data services," said Jerrid Hamann, Senior Manager, Network Management Systems, at Nextlink, a leading Integrated Communications Provider (ICP).
Jerrid McKenna, Mark Lewis and Cody Anderson appear to be capable replacements, but Kuhn emerged as the leader, without peer or question.