LARN


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LARNLes Anciens Rétroviseurs Noiséens (French vehicle collectors club; Noisy-le-Grand, France)
LARNLebanese Academic Research Network
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30am on Sunday, Mr Bright-well's father and Ms Larn were stabbed at their home in Grassington Close, in the rundown Beaumont Leys area of the city.
THE late Scott Dobson of Larn Yersel Geordie fame was once involved in a row with one of the leading artists of the day.
John Brightwell, 50, suffered serious stab wounds and his long-term partner Debra Larn, 47, was fatally wounded in an incident at their home in Beaumont Leys, Leicester, in the early hours of Sunday.
The resulting series - Larn Yersel' Geordie - was first a Look North sketch, then a best-selling book and album.
Gan doon the toon an ask a policeman where he can porchise a buok called Larn Yerssel Geordie.
The phrase "Aaal larn yer," meaning I'll teach you, seems to come directly from the Anglo-Saxon word Laeran, which meant "to teach" - so larn that to a snooty southerner next time they try to tell you to speak properly.
So when Eugenie gans oot on the toon she'd best take a phrasebook - or better still, larn hersel Geordie.
More than three centuries later Jill Cheesmond opened the spa with her parents Edward and Valerie and brother-in-law and sister Mark and Dawn Larn.
John is survived by his wife Sandra; his mother-in-law, Susanne Zwerling; his sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Debi and Ron Webb, and his cousins, Audrey Kent and her husband Larn and Robert Swain and his wife, Joan.
The 26-year-old will appear before Leicester magistrates today charged with murdering Debra Larn and assaulting John Brightwell on Sunday hours after Mr Brightwell's grandchild, five-month-old Cadey-Lee Deacon, was mauled by dogs at a pub.
He worked briefly as a commercial photographer, but for 12 years ran the Westgate Gallery (where the Side Gallery in Newcastle now is) with his friend, the late Scott Dobson, author of Larn Yersel' Geordie.