JAR

Jammer Application Receiver

JAR

Aviation acronym: Joint Aviation Requirements

JAR

Java Archive (file format)

Jar

Jar is British slang for a pint of beer.
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Jar

[unit] A jar was an early unit of capacitance once used by the Royal Navy. The term relates to the capacitance of a Leyden jar. Its value is such that one farad is {Val|9.000|e=8} jars and one jar is 1111 picofarads. == History == With early spark-gap transmitters, changing the transmission frequency was most easily accomplished by changing...
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Jar

Ancient Measurement Terms: Electrical unit. Admiralty practical unit of electrical capacitance until mid 1930s. Based upon the Leyden Jar. A standard Admiralty glass pint tankard covered with tin-foil as the outside electrode and filled with 1 pint of brine as the inside electrode had a capacitance of about 1 Jar. Now replaced by the Farad. 900 Jar...
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jar

[n] - the quantity contained in a jar 2. [n] - a vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles 3. [v] - shock physically 4. [v] - affect in a disagreeable way 5. [v] - place in a jar
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Jar

Jar (jär) noun [ See Ajar .] A turn. [ Only in phrase.] On the jar , on the turn, ajar, as a door.
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Jar

Jar intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Jarred ; present participle & verbal noun Jarring .] [ Confer Middle English charken to creak, Anglo-Saxon cearcian to gnash, French jars a gander, Latin garrir...
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Jar

Jar transitive verb 1. To cause a short, tremulous motion of, to cause to tremble, as by a sudden shock or blow; to shake; to shock; as, to jar the earth; to jar one's faith. 2. To tick; to beat; to mark or tell off. [ Obsolete] « My thoughts are minutes, and with ...
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Jar

Jar noun 1. A rattling, tremulous vibration or shock; a shake; a harsh sound; a discord; as, the jar of a train; the jar of harsh sounds. 2. Clash of interest or opinions; collision; discord; debate; slight disagreement. « And yet his peace is but continual jar...
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jar

1. A deep, broad-mouthed vessel of earthenware or glass, for holding fruit, preserves, etc, or for ornamental purposes; as, a jar of honey; a rose jar. ... 2. The measure of what is contained in a jar; as, a jar of oil; a jar of preserves. Bell jar, Leyden jar. ... Origin: F. Jarre, Sp. Jarra, from Ar. Jarrah ewer; cf. Pers. Jarrah. ... Source: Web...
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jar

noun a vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles
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jar

bump around verb shock physically; `Georgia was shaken up in the Tech game`
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Jar

• (n.) A turn. [Only in phrase.] • (n.) In deep well boring, a device resembling two long chain links, for connecting a percussion drill to the rod or rope which works it, so that the drill is driven down by impact and is jerked loose when jammed. • (n.) The measure of what is contained in a jar; as, a jar of oil; a jar of preserves....
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jar

jar 1. A deep container made of glass, earthenware, or stone, with a wide mouth. 2. An amount that the jar holds; a jarful. 3. A 'cylindrical vessel', 1421, possibly from Middle French jarre, 'liquid measure' (smaller than a barrel), from Provence (French) jarra, from Arabic jarrah, 'earthen water vessel' (whence also Spanish jarra, Italian giarr...
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jar

Lack of smooth action in the bow after release
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jar

a traditional unit of electric capacitance, approximately equal to the capacitance of one of the Leiden jars used in electrical experiments as long ago as the eighteenth century. Benjamin Franklin is said to have measured the storage power of his electrical equipment in jars. There are 9 x 108 jars in a farad, so 1 jar is app...
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jar

Type: Term Pronunciation: jar Definitions: 1. To jolt or shake. 2. A jolting or shaking.
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jar

indeterminate measure of drink. From the earthenware jars formerly used to hold beer or spirits.
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Jar

[file format] Articles relevant to the town of Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. ...
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Jar

A jar is a rigid, approximately cylindrical container with a wide mouth or opening. Jars are typically made of glass, ceramic, or plastic. They are used for foods, cosmetics, medications, and chemicals that are relatively thick or viscous: pourable liquids are more often packaged in a bottle. They are also used for items too large to be removed fr...
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JAR

[file format] In software, JAR (Java ARchive) is a package file format typically used to aggregate many Java class files and associated metadata and resources (text, images, etc.) into one file to distribute application software or libraries on the Java platform. JAR files are fundamental archive files, built on the ZIP file format and have...
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jar

earthquake(s)
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jar

geochemistry
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