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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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(45.) Fisher to Jellicoe, 21 and 23 April 1915, Fear God and Dread Nought, ed.
A fine administrator and technician, Jellicoe was calm, friendly, and polite; he had little knowledge of strategy, but his tactical skill was sufficient to best Scheer at Jutland; not a spectacular commander, he nonetheless got the job done.
The news of this movement reached Jellicoe in Rosyth.
Harold Jellicoe Percival, inset left, made national headlines after he died in Lytham in similar circumstances
The Moreton site was landscaped by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe , who also made provision for playing fields and recreation facilities for employees.
CARPENTER Mike Jellicoe, 20, has been given a permanent position after completing his apprenticeship with Birkenhead affordable housebuilder Lovell.
Unemployed Ridler, who lives in the house at Jellicoe Close, Newport, with his wife and son, told police the money was a Christmas fund he had saved from his weekly benefits.
But it was defender Danny Jellicoe who broke the stalemate three minutes into the second half when, following Colin Loss's left wing corner, his far post header looped into the net via a deflection.
The scandal revolved around Norma Levy whose revelations prompted the resignations of the defence minister Lord Lambton and the Lord Privy Seal, Lord Jellicoe.
Which racecourses lie on these roads: (a) Hampton Street, (b) Gorsebrook Road, (c) Legsby Road (d) Jellicoe Road?
In May 1973, the Earl of Jellicoe and Lord Lambton both resigned from senior Government posts after admitting liaisons with call girls.
In a Lords debate, former Lord Privy Seal Earl Jellicoe was puzzled by a minister's use of the letters NVQ, standing for National Vocational Qualification.