[ jar-oh ]
/ ˈdʒær oʊ /
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a seaport in Tyne and Wear, in NE England, near the mouth of the Tyne River.
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The first window-glass was manufactured at Newcastle, and used in the windows of the church at Jarrow.
It is probable that the smallest steamer now built in the Jarrow shipyards is larger than the John Bowes.
The priory at the mouth of the Tyne suffered even more frequently from fire and foray than the monastery at Jarrow.
He gave the twisted straw hat to Jarrow, who pulled it open and clamped it over his clipped skull.
"Oh, I've heard enough of yer cock-and-bull yarns," retorted Jarrow, who was not averse to freeing his mind on Dinshaw.
British Dictionary definitions for Jarrow
/ (ˈdʒærəʊ) /
a port in NE England, in South Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: ruined monastery where the Venerable Bede lived and died; its unemployed marched on London in the 1930s; shipyards, oil installations, iron and steel works. Pop: 27 526 (2001)
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