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Jar·man

(jar'măn),
Brian, 20th-century British primary care physician. See: Jarman score.
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CLASS 2: 1) EW Edwards, Ruthin, Jet, 22; 2) Gayle Forrester, Oswestry, Edmund, 27; 3) Jack Roberts, Bala, Shep, 28; 4) Elgan Jarman, Llanbrynmair, Telf Peg, 30olf; 5) Barry Hopwood, Mold, Peg, 30.
Mathew Curtis, for Jarman, said his client had a poor record and accepted a jail term was inevitable.
He told the court Jarman was a professional courier who drove all over the country.
Run by Film London, the Jarman Award brings the cheque and also a commission from Channel 4 for its Random Acts art strand.
That quote perfectly illustrates Jarman's vision, which looked backward toward rescuing, celebrating, and protecting the queer past from historic erasure, at the same time looking prophetically forward.
Both Svich and Moletress are longtime fans of Jarman's often baroque- and punk-inflected films, which included works like Edward 11 (based on Christopher Marlowe's play), The Last of England (a cri de coeur against Thatcher-era Britain) and--just prior to his death from complications of AIDS--the monochromatic Blue.
Now, from inside the walls of Durham's Category A prison Frankland - which houses some of the country's most dangerous prisoners - Jarman has written to lags' magazine Inside Time with a string of baseless complaints - including a whine that he couldn't get any prison-issue socks.
Recognised for his innovative and aesthetically-rich films, Derek Jarman is less often esteemed for his writing, set design, painting, politics, or gardening.
Jarman, from Consett, County Durham, denied the killing but was found guilty of murder at trial.
Serial sex attacker Graeme Jarman, 48, duped spinster Judith Richardson into letting him in by showing her Age UK charity leaflets.
BYDD Geraint Jarman yn lansio ei albwm ddiweddaraf gyda dwy gig arbennig ym Mhortmeirion fis nesaf.