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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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Joseph Jerome, principal at JEMB Realty, says his firm feels like family--literally.
Jerome joined Blues in the summer for pounds 3 million which gave Cardiff the funds to build a side capable of challenging for promotion this term.
Children of the baby boom knew the choreography of Jerome Robbins before they knew his name.
Co-founder of WAYN Jerome Touze added: "This is an exciting time for WAYN and we're over the moon that other successful parties have the same confidence and vision in our business as we do.
Jerome K Jerome wouldn't have recognised the onboard luxury - colour TV, DVD player, fully-equipped galleys and even central heating.
Jerome died from the illness after doctors sent him home from hospital with a prescription for kids' painkiller Calpol.
24) as an "admirable" refuter of Marcion and other heretics, though these writings are lost, as are the catechetical texts and biblical commentaries mentioned by Jerome.
Brother Jerome and his cohorts, both living and dead are most enchanting characters.
I was & have been--& still have terrible pangs of terror when I feel that my career, work, veneer of accomplishments would be taken away (by [the House Un-American Activities Committee], or by critics) that I panicked & crumbled & returned to that primitive state of terror--the face of Jerry Robbins would be cracked open, and behind everyone would finally see Jerome Wilson Rabinowitz.
Jerome was born in 1950 in Clarksville, Pennsylvania, a small coal-mining town near West Virginia.
This book will be able to build on several studies that have outlined the essential features of Erasmus' edition of Jerome's letters and have evaluated the contribution he made to history and biography with his Vita of Jerome both from the perspective of Historiography and of the medieval and Renaissance cult of Jerome.
Now her connection to Jerome has come full circle: Barag tells us that after living elsewhere, she has come back--to stay.