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ACLU Of N.C. & Syidah Matteen V. State Of North Carolina - Mateen As Witness in 2003
... order hearing, before Guilford District Judge Tom Jarrell ... actually shocked that they didn't have any." While Mateen claims that Judge Jarrell told her that "all the courtrooms needed copies of the Quran", Jarrell ...
Jarrell Plantation
... The Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site is a cotton plantation and state park in Juliette, Georgia, United States ... The Jarrell Plantation's buildings and artifacts all came from one source, the Jarrell family, who farmed the land for over 140 years ...
1997 Central Texas Tornado Outbreak - F5 Jarrell Tornado
... Its first damage occurred three minutes later at 348 PM CDT in the northwestern portion of Jarrell striking Double Creek Estates ... Grass and soil in fields near Jarrell were ripped out of the ground to a depth of 18 in (46 cm) ... the tornado crossed county roads outside Jarrell, it tore a 500-foot (152 m) length of asphalt from the roads ...
Jarrell, Texas - Government
... The current Mayor of Jarrell is Dewey Hulme and the City Manager is Mel Yantis ... Jarrell Emergency services are provided by the Jarrell Volunteer Fire Department operating under Williamson County ESD#5 ...
Tommy Jarrell
... Tommy Jarrell (born Thomas Jefferson Jarrell, March 1, 1901 Surry County, North Carolina, died January 28, 1985) was an American fiddler, banjo player, and ...

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    —Here, the flag snaps in the glare and silence
    Of the unbroken ice. I stand here,
    The dogs bark, my beard is black, and I stare
    At the North Pole. . .
    And now what? Why, go back.

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