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- An evergreen tropical tree, Syzygium cumini.
- The plum-like fruit of this tree.
- to mix or confuse
- to meet or unite in a confused way
- A mixture of unrelated things.
- Items for a rummage sale.
- A small, thin, sugared cake, usually ring-shaped.
- jumbled; haphazardly arranged
- Made or consisting of interlocked rings or links.
- The state or condition of being jailed; imprisonment
- Resembling jam (the sweet spread).
- The status or office of a jarl (Scandinavian nobleman).
- In disarray, mixed up.
- One who jumbles, muddles, or confuses.
- twin; paired; said of various objects made or formed in pairs, such as a binocular opera glass, a pair of gimmal rings, etc.
- An object made or formed as a pair, such as a binocular opera glass.
- nervously, or restlessly
- To throw into confusion; jumble.
- An acquaintance in prison; a person imprisoned at the same time.
- The act by which something is jumbled or confused.
- Able to be jumped.
- A fine Italian tin-glazed earthenware, coated with opaque white enamel and ornamented with metallic colours.
- An English tin-glazed earthenware, coated with opaque white enamel, ornamented with metal oxide colours, finely brush-painted decoration, manufactured by Minton & Co from 1850 to about 1870 in imitation of Italian Renaissance maiolica. Minton named the product ‘majolica’Leon Arnoux (1877), 'British Manufacturing Industries', POTTERY by L. Arnoux. "Majolica was produced for the first time by Messrs. Minton, in 1850, and they have been for many years the only producers of this article." Never mass-produced. Very rare.
- A lead-glazed earthenware decorated with colored lead glazes applied directly to an unglazed body, then fired. Typically hard-wearing, relief molded, in classical or naturalistic styles. Named Palissy ware by Minton & Co.Leon Arnoux (1867), Paris Exhibition, Report on Pottery, soon became known as ‘majolica’. Introduced in 1851The Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue (1851)
- Any other kind of glazed coloured earthenware or faience.
- Of or pertaining to multiple jets (spouts or nozzles).
- Of or pertaining to multiple jets (narrow cones of particles).
- Text of non-Semitic language written in Arabic letters.
- an edible neotropical silverside native to the Pacific coast of North America.
- Any of various of dishes common in or cooking; most often with or
- Calyptranthes jambolana, a myrtaceous tree of the West Indies and tropical America with astringent bark and edible fruit.
- A hill in western Rome, Italy.
- In a jumping way; with jumping motions.
- A capital letter, especially one used in ancient manuscripts.
- A large squirrelfish of Florida and the West Indies, in the genus Holocentrus.
- The act of cajoling or the state of being cajoled.
- An individual whose profession involves making jewelry out of precious metals and stones.
- The place where such an individual carries out their trade.
- Any of various devices used to measure energy (especially electrical energy) in joules
- The activity or profession of being a journalist.
- The aggregating, writing, editing, and presenting of news or news articles for widespread distribution, typically in electronic publications and broadcast news media, for the purpose of informing the audience.
- The style of writing characteristic of material in periodical print publications and broadcast news media, consisting of direct presentation of facts or events with an attempt to minimize analysis or interpretation.
- Of or relating to judgment.
- Inclined to pass judgment, critical.
- So as to jumble or confuse.
- a person whose work is to fell trees.
- a lumberjacket.
- To work as a lumberjack, cutting down trees.
- capital letters, as found in manuscripts of the sixth century and earlier
- uppercase, capitalized
- Resembling or characteristic of jasmine.
- A volcano in Tanzania, the highest peak in Africa at 5,895 meters (19,321 feet).
- Badly adjusted to the demands and stresses of daily living; unable to cope.
- Having more than one pair of leaflets.
- Relating to adjustment.
- In orbit around the planet Jupiter.
- Any of the moons or satellites of the planet Jupiter.
- Of, from, or pertaining to Jerusalem.
- A native or resident of Jerusalem.
- A residual mineral of the sands of Jerusalem, as with Trinitite.
- In a judgmental manner.
- In a majestic manner.
- Exhibiting or relating to maladjustment.
- Relating to the maxilla and the zygoma.
- In a misjudging manner.
- In a judgmatical way; like a judge, judiciously, with good judgment.
- A poor or faulty adjustment, especially of a mechanism.
- The inability to adapt oneself to the needs of others, or to the stresses of normal life.
- Without making judgements, especially those based upon personal ethics or opinions
- The quality of being majestical.
- A trigonal-hexagonal scalenohedral mineral containing hydrogen, iron, lead, oxygen, and sulfur.
- In an unmajestic way.
- A form of journalism in which a story is told primarily through photographs and other images
- A policy of affirming a laical jurisdiction over an ecclesiastical one.
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