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Jerome

1. Latin name Eusebius Hieronymus. ?347--?420 ad, Christian monk and scholar, whose outstanding work was the production of the Vulgate. Feast day: Sept. 30
2. Jerome K(lapka). 1859--1927, English humorous writer; author of Three Men in a Boat (1889)

Jerome

St. Latin doctor of Church; preeminent biblical scholar. [Christian Hagiog.: Attwater, 185]
See: Wisdom
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I think it helps spin the narrative of both Jerome and the Joker, in a new and exciting kind of way.
Jerome now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for him under a royalty agreement.
Jerome K Jerome died in June 1927 after suffering a cerebral haemorrhage whilst on a motoring tour.
Clattenburg halted the game midway through the first half after receiving a complaint from Jerome following a verbal clash with his Italian opponent, who signed on a year's loan in August from Catania before agreeing a four-year deal.
The official addressed both managers on the touchline before letting Bellusci off with a warning, although he booked Jerome moments later for a heavy challenge on the Leeds player.
In respect of who it's against, it's a big win, but it means nothing if we go to Cardiff next week and get beat," Jerome said on cpfc.
Employment coach Sarah Jury said: "Like many other youngsters Jerome thought good grades were the only thing that secured an apprenticeship.
Jerome was thoroughly familiar with Quintilian's Institutio (9).
Blackburn were keen to pair the powerful Jerome with record PS8million signing Jordan Rhodes, but the deal now looks in danger as the two clubs haggle over who will cover the costs.
The short-lived BBC series starred Jerome, who had been a successful acting and singing double act with Robson Green, as a police wildlife officer.