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Leveling Jack: Small jacks (usually screw jacks) for leveling and holding work on planner beds and similar places.
Pagejacking: Theft of a page from the original site and publication of a copy (or near-copy) at another site.
Mesh Jacket: An open-weave, protective apparel for motorcycle riders that allows air to circulate through the garment offering ventilation and cooler riding for hot, summer temperatures. Most notably us . . . View Full Definition
Plumbing Jacks: Sleeves that fit around drain and waste vent pipes at, and are nailed to, the roof sheeting.
Leveling: Ability of a film to flow out free from ripples, pockmarks and brush marks after application.
Roof Jack: Sleeves that fit around the black plumbing waste vent pipes at, and are nailed to, the roof sheeting.
Yukon Jack: A Canadian liqueur made with blended Canadian liquors. 100 proof.
Three Jack: (also 'three-putt') another phrase for three-putting a green
Shaft Jacking: Unwanted motion in the rear end of motorcycles with a shaft drive. While under acceleration, the rear suspension stiffens and the machine lifts itself. When decelerating the rear suspension . . . View Full Definition
S-Video Jack: It is a standard definition video connection normally found on directv and Dish Network receivers: it supports better quality than composite video.
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