uk AUGUST 12: It's Harry Potter Day at the John Rylands Library in Manchester.
What does JRL stand for?
JRL stands for John Rylands Library (Manchester, UK)
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We have 20 other meanings of JRL in our Acronym Attic
- Jerky, Mouse
- Jeugd Rode Kruis (Dutch: Youth Red Cross; Belgium)
- Jonge Risico Kind (Dutch: Young Children at Risk)
- Journal Ranking (impact measure)
- Jugendrotkreuz (German: Youth Red Cross)
- Jaringan Relawan Kemanusiaan Bali (Indonesian: Bali Humanitarian Volunteer Network)
- Jaringan Relawan Kemanusiaan Jakarta (Indonesian: Volunteer Network Humanitarian Jakarta)
- James Russell Lowell
- Java Research License (learning license)
- Jericho Road Lawrence (Massachusetts)
- Joint Research Laboratory (various organizations)
- Josey Ranch Lake Public Library (Carrollton, TX)
- Junior Rugby League
- Jamaica Rugby League Association (est. 1994)
- Janet Reno Look-Alike (humor)
- James River Leadership College (Ozark, MO)
- Joint Religious Legislative Coalition (Minneapolis, MN)
- Junior Rugby League Club
- Jimmy Ryce Law Enforcement Training Center
- Junior Rugby League Football Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
Then it was time to head to the Victorian Gothic John Rylands Library to see book bindings and a 125AD New Testament fragment.
the Netherlands) has performed the impressive task of cataloguing all 196 Turkish manuscripts in the John Rylands Library, their first complete catalog and a much-needed improvement over the problematic list of 1892.
ISLAMABAD, June 19, 2009 (Balochistan Times) --Chefs searching for an authentic medieval way to roast a porpoise can now look up the recipe online on the web site of John Rylands Library, Manchester.
The launch was held in Manchester's John Rylands Library, which houses one of the first folios of Shakespeare's plays dating back to 1623, and an edition of the Bard's sonnets from 1609.
Over recent years Linford- Bridgeman has been responsible for the restoration of Nottingham's Wollaton Hall, Manchester's Sir John Rylands Library and Warwickshire's Compton Verney.
Prof New port, an Anglican priest, said: "When I started to study his manuscripts at Manchester's John Rylands Library, I kept coming across sections written in some sort of code.
Among the brawn-coloured marble pillars of the John Rylands Library, in specialist books rarely lifted from inaccessible shelves, he read about lost masterpieces such as Gauguin's ceramic faun, which vanished in the 20s.