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Jerrold

Jerrold or Jerold are masculine English given name variants of Gerald, a German language name meaning "rule of the spear" from the prefix ger- ("spear") and suffix -wald ("rule"). Jerrold was initially brought to Great Britain by the Normans. There are feminine nicknames, including Jeri. Jerrold is uncommon as a surname. People with the name Jerrold or its variants include:

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Milton Shapp - Early Life
... Shapp was born Milton Jerrold Shapiro in Cleveland, Ohio, to Aaron Shapiro, a businessman and staunch Republican, and Eva Smelsey Shapiro, a Democrat and outspoken ... After World War II, he moved to Philadelphia and founded Jerrold Electronics Corporation, a pioneer in the cable television industry, using a $500 loan subsidized by the G.I ... Jerrold became one of America's first providers of coaxial cable TV systems in 1948 ...
Jerrold Fisher
... Jerrold Fisher is an American composer, conductor, singer, arranger and musician ... Jerrold has appeared on stage in many roles, including Rodolpho in Verdi’s La Traviata, the title role in Offenbach’s Tales of Hoffman, and El Gallo in The Fantasticks ... Jerrold also composed "Songs of Youth and Discovery," a five-part song cycle written with lyrics by Lawrence Leritz, which premiered in 2007 at the Sherman Theatre in Shroudsburg, PA ...
Jerrold - Surname
... Douglas William Jerrold (1803–1857), English dramatist and writer William Blanchard Jerrold (1826–1884), English journalist and author Walter Jerrold (1865–1929), English writer and journalist ...
Cable Television In The United States - Early History
... that development possible, particularly the work of the Jerrold Electronics laboratory under the direction of Keneth Alden Simons ... One instrument that came out of that period, the Jerrold 704B Field strength meter, was widely used in the cable TV industry for 20 years.) The founder and owner of Jerrold, Milton Jerrold Shapp was highly ...
General Instrument - Jerrold
... Jerrold was GI's original cable TV brand, active from 1948 into the early 1990s ... Around 1993, GI dropped the Jerrold branding ... The Jerrold brand was prominent on both addressable and non-addressable cable TV converter boxes that were used on non-cable ready sets and cable-ready sets ...

Famous quotes containing the word jerrold:

    Love’s like the measles—all the worse when it comes late in life.
    —Douglas Jerrold (1803–1857)

    My whole outlook on life changed with those three little words, “The rabbit died.”
    —Anonymous Mother. Quoted in When Men Are Pregnant, ch. 5, Jerrold Lee Shapiro (1987)