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JETJoint European Torus
JETJust Enough Time
JETJournal of Economic Theory
JETJournal of Education for Teaching
JETJournal of Educational Thought
JETJoint Entrance Test
JETJunior English Test (English as a foreign language qualification)
JETJoint Engine Technology (Microsoft JET database engine)
JETJunctional Ectopic Tachycardia
JETJoint Environmental Toolkit
JETJoint Evaluation Team
JETJournal of Educational Television (now Journal of Educational Media)
JETJournalists Environmental Association of Tanzania (Tanzania)
JETJason Eugene Terry (basketball player)
JETJapan Exchange & Teaching program
JETJapan Electrical Testing Laboratory (aka Dentori or T Mark, Approval of Electrical Products)
JETJoint Expeditionary Team (US DoD)
JETJoint Engagement Tool
JETJOPES Editing Tool
JETJunior Enlisted Travel (entitlement)
JETJunior Engineer Trainee
JETJARING Electronic Transaction
JETJoint Engineering Taskforce (Japan)
JETJust Enough Testing
JETJoint Expeditionary Tasking (US DoD)
JETJeunes Enfants Travailleurs (French: Young Children Workers; Benin)
JETJeunes Etterbeekois Au Travail (French: Etterbeek Youth at Work; Belgium)
JETJournal of Educational Technology
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Even now, when the boats pulled upon this whale, and perilously drew over his swaying flukes, and the lances were darted into him, they were followed by steady jets from the new made wound, which kept continually playing, while the natural spout-hole in his head was only at intervals, however rapid, sending its affrighted moisture into the air.
For this purpose, ``he stained his hair and his whole body entirely as black as jet, so that nothing was white but his teeth,'' and succeeded in imposing himself on the king, as an Ethiopian minstrel.
The veins and arteries spouted up such a prodigious quantity of blood, and so high in the air, that the great JET D'EAU at Versailles was not equal to it for the time it lasted: and the head, when it fell on the scaffold floor, gave such a bounce as made me start, although I was at least half an English mile distant.
Her face was as white as milk; her eyes, her clothes, her hair jet black.
Them feet-folks from York and Leeds that be always eatin'cured herrin's and drinkin' tea an' lookin' out to buy cheap jet would creed aught.
From between their stony knees trees sprang, like a jet under heavy pressure, and upheld others which upheld them.
This jet of fire had become invisible about a quarter past twelve.
Lovely as the Greek girls of Cyprus or Chios, Mercedes boasted the same bright flashing eyes of jet, and ripe, round, coral lips.
Far off, the lofty jet of the whale might be seen, and nearer at hand the prowling shark, that villainous footpad of the seas, would come skulking along, and, at a wary distance, regard us with his evil eye.
Ferguson darted his powerful electric jet toward various points of space, and caused it to rest on a spot from which shouts of terror were heard.
The tulip was beautiful, splendid, magnificent; its stem was more than eighteen inches high; it rose from out of four green leaves, which were as smooth and straight as iron lance-heads; the whole of the flower was as black and shining as jet.
Alert, dilating and contracting, as swift as cautious, and infinitely apprehensive, the pupils vertically slitted in jet into the midmost of amazing opals of greenish yellow, the eyes roved the room.