Jedburgh


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Jedburgh

(jĕd`bərə), town (1991 pop. 4,053), Scottish Borders, SE Scotland, on the Jed River. The manufacture of rayon is the main industry. Jedburgh also has tannery, woolen, and corn mills and electrical engineering. The red sandstone ruins of an abbey founded in 1118 are notable.
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To pierce the great mountains of the south, to fight the tamers of the fiery Moors, to follow the greatest captain of the age, to find sunny cornfields and vineyards, when the marches of Picardy and Normandy were as rare and bleak as the Jedburgh forests--here was a golden prospect for a race of warriors.
Donations if desired may be made in aid of Jedburgh Royal British Legion.
The conviction of Clive Richardson, 67, and Johnny Riley, 24, was hailed by animal rights campaigners after the verdicts at Jedburgh Sheriff Court.
Their house is not the only reportedly haunted edifice in the Jedburgh region of Scotland.
Jones writes that the purpose of his book is to examine how Jedburgh operations were affected by the politics of liberating France and how Eisenhower dealt with the resulting problems.
The dirty discovery was made on Thursday afternoon in Jedburgh Street, Middlesbrough.
I then graduated to running longer distances and now my best time for a half-marathon is 80:32 which I ran in Jedburgh last year.
OSS Jedburgh teams were dropped into occupied Europe during WWII.
Winstone does us proud with his portrayal of Darius Jedburgh, a shady CIA operative, making this into something worth watching.
As Craven edges closer to the truth and Emma's involvement in the Northmoor research facility run by Jack Bennett (Danny Huston), the government hires shadowy figure Darius Jedburgh (Ray Winstone) to silence the renegade detective.
As Craven edges closer to the truth, the government hires shadowy figure Darius Jedburgh (Ray Winstone) to silence the renegade detective.