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Jellicoe

John Rushworth, 1st Earl Jellicoe. 1859--1935, British admiral, who commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland (1916), which incapacitated the German fleet for the rest of World War I
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Caleb Jellicoe, 21, from Tallong, New South Wales, scouted remote beaches across Wales for the perfect spot to ask Katie Frank, 20, to marry him
For a century, controversy has swirled around Admiral Jellicoe and Vice Admiral David Beatty over their roles at Jutland, at which 28 locallybuilt warships fought.
The edited publication of the original British naval staff appreciation, as compiled by William Schleihauf and Stephen McLaughlin, highlighted the bitter debates within the Admiralty, as many questioned decisions Jellicoe made during the battle of Jutland.
It seemed Harold Jellicoe Percival's funeral would be sparsely attended - if indeed anyone would attend.
They include a minute book of 1916 which reveals that the profit the previous year was pounds 5 12 shillings and two pence, a pewter tray which was the captain's prize of 1939-40, the year World War II started, and the putter that belonged to George Jellicoe, Warren's first professional who retired in 1933.
However, residents in nearby Beatty Avenue and Jellicoe Gardens say they have had little warning about the planned scheme until letters were delivered to their homes at the start of August.
Defender Danny Jellicoe then restored the home advantage when heading home an Adam Worton corner from the left to boost the Newtown prospects.
What might cause problems is the complexity of the plot, the numerous characters, and the basic mystery of the connections between and among the characters, all because of a car accident that occurred on Jellicoe Road some years in the past.
This set the present-day stage with Candle Lake as the foundation of Great Western Diamonds--a pure diamond exploration company--and Jellicoe as president and CEO.
The ever-present ghost of Lord Admiral Nelson is joined by the shadows of Jackie Fisher and Alfred von Tirpitz as influences on the actions of Admirals Jellicoe, Beatty, Scheer, and Hipper and the decisions of their respective governments.
The index is a bit wobbly since entering RIBA produces a 1959 Pilkington movie of Geoffrey Jellicoe and Edward Mills taking a cautious squiz at a model of Motopia, a glass city which had all the roads at roof-top level--a proto-Milton Keynes with a grid and roundabouts at the intersections but all up in the air.