his MO in the studio remains the same—jack other people's tracks and present them in a new context
they jacked him for his car
A sleeveless padded tunic worn by foot soldiers
a small worthless amount; "you don't know jack"
lift with a special device; "jack up the car so you can change the tire"
jacklight: hunt with a jacklight
mariner: a man who serves as a sailor
laborer: someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor
jackfruit: immense East Indian fruit resembling breadfruit; it contains an edible pulp and nutritious seeds that are commonly roasted
Jack is a 2004 Drama film written by A.M. Holmes and directed by Lee Rose, released on March 2, 2004. The film is about a boy whose life is torn apart because of his parents divorce. The film stars Anton Yelchin, Erich Anderson, Brent Spiner.
Jack were a British alternative rock band formed in Cardiff, Wales, in 1992. Their orchestral pop was heavily influenced by artists such as Scott Walker and drew comparisons to Pulp, Tindersticks and The Divine Comedy. ...
The following is a list of characters who appear in the video games BioShock, its sequel BioShock 2 and the BioShock 2 multiplayer.
The Blue Peter pets are the animals who regularly appear on the BBC children's television series Blue Peter. For 27 years, when not on TV, these pets were often looked after by Blue Peter's long-standing pet keeper, Edith Menezes who died in 1994. ...
In electronics and electrical assemblies, the term jack commonly refers to a surface-mounted connector, often, but not always, with the female electrical contact or socket, and is the "more fixed" connector of a connector pair. ...
A jack is mechanical device used to lift heavy loads or apply great forces. Jacks employ a screw thread or hydraulic cylinder to apply very high linear forces.
Jack Daniel's, a brand of American whiskey; A male given name, also used as a pet form of John
A mechanical device used to raise and (temporarily) support a heavy object; A man or men in general; A male animal; The card ranking between the ten and queen of any suit, picturing a knave or prince on its face. ...
(Jacks) Male salmon that return to the spawning grounds prior to reaching maturity.
(JACKS) Large tong-like tools that are used to create score lines in the neck of a piece, among other things. It is the main tool used by glassblowers, and is also known as a borsella or pucellas.
(Jacks) (n) Toilet. Restroom. “Did you see the state of de jacks in there?! They couldn’t be arsed to have em cleaned” note: the term toilet is used here more so than bathroom/restroom…”I need to go to the toilet” is a very common expression or “I’m going to the loo”.
(Jacks) 1970's slang in Baltimore for Converse Jack Purcell sneakers. Also see "Blue Tips."
(Jacks) A common term used for police in the UK and Australia, derived from “John Darme” a joking Anglicization of “gendarme” (French for police officer) and then – per common usage – John becomes Jack (or, in this case, the plural “Jacks”).
(Jacks) I'm sorry if Jack's your name but Jacks means toilet.
(Jacks) This is the bowl that other bowlers want to get their bowls closest to.
(Jacks) fellows (contemptuous). (The Merchant of Venice)
(Jacks) tool used to make lines or a neck in a work.
(The jacks) Vincent Mounier on Fotopedia
(jacks) (English-speaking countries) - A demountable's jacks (usually four in number) are the telescopic legs that extend down to the ground and enable it to be raised and lowered into and out of the pickup bed. They can be manual or electric. ...