Jenny

Jenny is slang for a generator.
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Jenny

[n] - United States architect who designed the first skyscraper in which a metal skeleton was used (1832-1907)
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Jenny

Machine built by Highs, Hargreaves and others which features a discontinuous process of spinning. The yarn is first stretched against the twist, and then wound onto the spindle.
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Jenny

A spinning machine invented by James Hargreaves.
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Jenny

Jen'ny noun ; plural Jennies 1. A familiar or pet form of the proper name Jane . 2. (Zoology) A familiar name of the European wren. Jenny ass (Zoology) , a female ass.
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Jenny

• (n.) A familiar or pet form of the proper name Jane. • (n.) A machine for spinning a number of threads at once, -- used in factories. • (n.) A familiar name of the European wren.
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Jenny

(from the article `Lewald, Fanny`) She first began writing at the age of 30 with the encouragement of her cousin August Lewald, a journalist and editor. The novels Clementine (1842) ...
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Jenny

Jenny is an English name for girls. The meaning is `fair, white, smooth` The name Jenny is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. Jenny is at number 27 in the top 50 of Norwegian girls (average of 10 years data) It is short for: Jennifer If it's too long you might use: Jenn, Jenae, Jeni, Jen Use for the other sex: Johannes What do they use in othe...
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Jenny

Jenny is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Jenny

[donkey] A jenny is a female ass or donkey. Occasionally, a female mule is referred to as a jenny, but more often, the term `molly,` `mare` or `mule mare` is used. In Ireland, the word jennet is used for a hinny. This usage was carried with immigrants to North America. In western Canada, the term `jennet` is sometimes used instead of `jenny...
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jenny

jenny: see ass.
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Jenny

A Jenny is a female ass or donkey.
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Jenny

In the game of billiards, a Jenny is a losing hazard made with the object-ball close to a cushion.
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Jenny

A genoa jib. A large jib that overlaps the mast, also Genny.
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Jenny

[doll] ==Name== Prior to 1986, the doll was known as Takara Barbie. In 1986 Takara ended their licensing agreement with Mattel, and, as they owned the rights over the Takara Barbie`s design, came up with a new name for the doll. The explanation given for the name change was that Jenny was the name of a character Barbie portrayed in a play, ...
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Jenny

[schooner] The Jenny was an alleged English schooner and the subject of an unproven legend. The story goes that the Jenny became frozen in an ice-barrier of the Drake Passage in 1823, only to be rediscovered in 1840 by a whaling ship, the bodies aboard being preserved by the Antarctic cold. The original report has been deemed `unsubstantiat...
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jenny

Female donkey.
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Jenny

[orangutan] Jenny was an orangutan kept in captivity in London Zoo during the 1830s, most notable for being encountered by the biologist Charles Darwin in March 1838. She was the first orangutan to be shown at London Zoo, arriving there in 1837. ...
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