Jarman


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Jar·man

(jar'măn),
Brian, 20th-century British primary care physician. See: Jarman score.
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He told the court Jarman was a professional courier who drove all over the country.
Mrs Jarman said the surgery's staff have been "excellent", adding: "There was a huge reaction which started by her foot swelling, an abscess formed and then burst.
Run by Film London, the Jarman Award brings the cheque and also a commission from Channel 4 for its Random Acts art strand.
That Jarman pursued art on multiple fronts--he was also a set designer, writer, painter and noted gardener--was inspiring to Svich, too.
Jarman understood his responsibility to ensuring a better future.
Jarman then went on to moan about not being able to get socks from the prison.
The narrative begins in Dungeness where Jarman spent his later years.
The search turned to Teesside after Jarman, who once lived in Stockton, was spotted in a betting shop in Saltburn, walking into Sainsbury's on Yarm high street and getting on a bus in Stockton.
Jarman disappeared from his home just two days before the frail woman was found bludgeoned to death in the hallway of her home.
Suspect Graeme Jarman, 47, was detained after staff at the library in Filey, North Yorks, called police.
Summary: A nationwide manhunt for 47-year-old Graeme Jarman, wanted over the murder of pensioner Judith Richardson, has ended with his arrest.
Officers have received more than 70 calls with potential sightings of Graeme Jarman, 47, who has been described an evil, cunning predator.