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Any packet or frame in packet data system which is longer than usual is informally described as a `jumbo` (after Jumbo the elephant in Regent's Park Zoo many years ago). Often the size will be by comparison with a default or de facto MTU (Maximum transmission unit) on a type of communications link. IPv6 uses `jumbo` formally in the standard. A `jumbogram` is an IPv6 packet containing a payload longer than 65,535 octets (see RFC 2675) but the default MTU size for IPv6 packets on an Ethernet is 1500 octets (see RFC 1972). ...

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[hypermarkets] Hipermercados Jumbo (EE-pear-MER-cah-DOS CHYUM-boh) is a Chilean chain of hypermarkets operating in Chile, Argentina and in Colombia. ==History== The company was founded in 1976 by Chilean retailer Cencosud. Jumbo initially had supermarkets only in Chile, but began to expand into Argentina in 1982, and today, operates 40 hype...
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[company] Jumbo Shipping or Kahn Shipping is a family-owned maritime company that specializes in heavy marine transport and offshore installations. Based in Schiedam, the Netherlands, the company has been active in ocean transportation since 1968, although its operations have roots in the 1940s. Jumbo currently operates 12 vessels with heav...
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Jumbo is British slang for a fool, a large and slow, dim-witted person.
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(from the article `circus`) ...operated on such a large scale that the show required the use of two (1873) and then three (1881) rings. Perhaps the most famous attraction of the ...
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Jumbo is British slang for a fool, a large and slow, dim-witted person.
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an offensive formation which includes two tight ends, one on either side, plus a full back and running back in an i formation. Sometimes one of the tight ends is shifted next to the other as a wingback, with a blocking back also lined up to that side -- this is referred to as a heavy jumbo
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The larger of the headsails.
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Jumbo is a musical comedy starring Doris Day and Jimmy Durante in a story of a small circus struggling to survive against a ruthless rival. Jumbo was directed by Charles Walters.
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Hard crab measuring 6 to 6
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Soft crab measuring 5 to 5
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[Bee Gees song] `Jumbo` is a song released by the Bee Gees, Written by Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb. It was released as a double A side with `The Singer Sang His Song`. ==Background and release== Jumbo was recorded in 10 January on the sessions for the album Idea (though it was not included on the album), with lead vocals by Barry Gibb on th...
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[Underworld single] 8 week old puppy resting comfortably with rightful owner. ...
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[song] `Jumbo` is a song by Underworld that appears on the album Beaucoup Fish. The single peaked on the UK Singles Chart at #21. == Track listings == === CD : Junior Boy`s Own; JBO5007193 (UK) Part 1/2 === === CD : Junior Boy`s Own; JBO5007203 (UK) Part 2/2=== === CD : Junior Boy`s Own; JBO5008553 (SE) === === CD : Junior Boy`s Own; JBO500...
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[disambiguation] Jumbo was a famous 19th-century circus elephant, and `jumbo` is now an adjective for big or huge. Jumbo may also refer to: ==Popular culture== ==Sports== ===Baseball players with the nickname=== ===Other athletes with the nickname=== ==Fictional characters== ==Retailing== ==Aircraft== ...
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[supermarket] Jumbo is a supermarket chain in the Netherlands. It is part of the privately owned Van Eerd Group. Van Eerd was originally a grocery wholesale company, established in 1921. == History == In 1983, Van Eerd started the `Jumbo Supermarkten` supermarket chain. Within a short{Quantify|date=March 2011} time there were dozens{Quantif...
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[musical] Jumbo is a musical produced by Billy Rose, with music and lyrics by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart and book by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. ==Production== The musical opened on Broadway at the Hippodrome Theatre on November 16, 1935 and closed on April 18, 1936 after 233 performances. Directed by John Murray Anderson and Geor...
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Jumbo (1861 – September 15, 1885), also known as Jumbo the Elephant and Jumbo the Circus Elephant, was a 19th-century male African Bush Elephant born in the French Sudan (present-day Mali). Jumbo was eventually exported to a zoo in Paris, France; and then transferred in 1865 to London Zoo in England. Jumbo was sold to P. T. Barnum, who took him ...
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The red variety is a new breed between Higgins x GA 19-11 (both species Vitis rotundifolia). It is a purely female vines . It is in the southern United States as Table grape used. There is also a (not related) variety named Jumbo Red .
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An offensive package which includes two tight ends, a full back and a half back. Similar to heavy ju
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[hypermarket] ===October 24=== ====:File:Poserasim.jpg==== The result of the discussion was: Delete; deleted by {admin|Stifle} AnomieBOT⚡ 00:00, 19 January 2014 (UTC)Category:Archived files for deletion discussions I have serious doubts that we can host this image, as the background is a significant portion of a non-free work of art, and ...
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[magazine] Jumbo was a weekly comic magazine published in Italy from 1932 to 1938. The magazine was founded by Lotario Vecchi and had a large commercial success, with an average circulation of about 300,000 copies per week. It mainly consisted of British comics, starting from the title character Tiger Tim (renamed as Jumbo), a comic strip s...
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