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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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Jerome, 20, hanged himself on the day a bailiff clamped his motorbike - vital for his job - over two PS65 fines which had snowballed to over PS1,000.
Jerome is a good boy who has a tough time at school, he befriends Carlos, a newcomer and for a short time gets the better of his tormentors.
Rhodes's Ghost Boys contributes to the discussion of race relations and the Black Lives Matter movement by providing a look at the impact Jerome's death has on both families involved in this shooting.
The show has big things in store for Jerome, who might be transitioning into the iconic villain, the Joker, soon.
QUIET Robson & Jerome A spokesman for Lucy said: "I spoke to her and she is not writing anything for Robson and Jerome.
Jerome, 20, from Runcorn, gets paid for testing the latest games before they hit the shelves and landed the job before he had passed his course at college.
The second "Jerome" was a doctor of Medicine with Ph.D.s in both Science and Philosophy.
Due to the premature nature of their births, Jerome and Gabby were closely followed by early intervention services.
A FIFA statement said: "The FIFA emergency committee decided to dismiss Jerome Valcke from the position of FIFA secretary general with immediate effect.