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- n. Plural form of jack.
- n. A children's game involving picking up objects while a ball is in the air.
- n. A toilet.
- n. A pair of jacks.
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- n. a game in which jackstones are thrown and picked up in various groups between bounces of a small rubber ball
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As the hours passed the winemakers spit out metaphors like jacks from a destemmer; they were looking for creative ways to sway the room.
Can someone tell me what the song playing in jacks truck was?
Perhaps “plugged in” is not technically the right term jacks?
Besides being the best whoel home digital music solution, it also can broadcast audio from the line-in jacks on any of its stations to any or all of the others, wirelessly (or wired).
In addition, people have often done their own extensions that are less than quality and the plugin jacks are often outdated.
I’m going to guess one can’t change the battery w/o sending it in so what’s the process for that … lastly, what kind of jacks is it using?
ElBruce, I have a check in the amount of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for any one who name jacks me.
Donkeys, also known as burros, also are harder to sell than other farm animals, and many auctions are turning them down, particularly the males, known as jacks.
Troll multiples and name jacks are the norm for the teatards.
The jacks were a hardy two-fisted lot of men, Swedes, Norwegians, French