JAR


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JARJesus Adrian Romero (singer)
JARJason Andrew Relva (Green Day song)
JARJoint Application Requirement
JARJ August Richards (actor)
JARJoint Airworthiness Regulations
JARJapan-A-Radio
JARJornadas Argentinas de Robótica
JARJava Application Resource
JARDepartment of Justice Acquisition Regulations
JARJournalisten Aus Russland (German: Journalists from Russia)
JARJust Another Rifle
JARJob Appraisal Review
JARJoint Acquisition Roadmap
JARJohn A. Russell Building (University of Manitoba)
JARJack And Retract (jack aircraft and retract landing gear)
JARJava Archive
JARJoint Aviation Requirements
JARJournal of Automated Reasoning
JARJust about Right
JARJewish Autonomous Region (Russian Federation)
JARJaish Al-Rashideen (Sunni Armed Groups in Iraq)
JARJournal of Anthropology (University of New Mexico)
JARJournal of Anthropological Research (University of New Mexico)
JARJournal of Adolescent Research (Sage Publications)
JARJournal of Accounting Research (Wiley-Blackwell)
JARJoint Area Review
JARJoint Aviation Regulation
References in classic literature ?
The array of pots rather amazed her at first, but John was so fond of jelly, and the nice little jars would look so well on the top shelf, that Meg resolved to fill them all, and spend a long day picking, boiling, straining, and fussing over her jelly.
David dared not do otherwise than reach down the glass jar and give Jacob a handful.
Mazarin bounded in his bed as if he had been put in relation with a Leyden jar or a voltaic pile, at the same time that a surprise, or rather a manifest disappointment, inflamed his features with such a blaze of anger, that Louis XIV.
Our turbines scream shrilly; the propellers cannot bite on the thin air; Tim shunts the lift out of five tanks at once and by sheer weight drives her bullet wise through the maelstrom till she cushions with jar on an up-gust, three thousand feet below.
Lurgan Sahib, fifteen feet off, laid one hand on the jar.
Here they fell to, the men plying a stone jar freely, and passing round a cup.
In the forest the harness bells sounded yet more muffled than they had done six weeks before, for now all was thick, shady, and dense, and the young firs dotted about in the forest did not jar on the general beauty but, lending themselves to the mood around, were delicately green with fluffy young shoots.
A double negative jarred him like a discord, and often, from lack of practice, it was from his own lips that the jar came.
A NUMBER of Flies were attracted to a jar of honey which had been overturned in a housekeeper's room, and placing their feet in it, ate greedily.
Then magnificent gold medals set with precious stones were presented to each of the twenty-six officers; and the Tin Woodman was given a new axe studded with diamonds; and the Scarecrow received a silver jar of complexion powder.
3) The jar or casket contained the gifts of the gods mentioned in l.
Early in June it happened that Agafea Mihalovna, the old nurse and housekeeper, in carrying to the cellar a jar of mushrooms she had just pickled, slipped, fell, and sprained her wrist.