jet

  1. the occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid)
  2. a hard black form of lignite that takes a brilliant polish and is used in jewellery or ornamentation
  3. an artificially produced flow of water

jet

Black, glossy, fossilised wood - a very hard form of coal - that is carved and highly polished to make jewellery and ornaments. Jet has been used for decoration since the Bronze Age. It was mined extensively on the Yorkshire coast near Whitby and widely exported c.1805-75. It was popular for buttons and mourning jewellery in Victorian times. Spanis …...

Jet

Liquid emitted from nozzle orifice.

Jet

Jet is slang for ketamine.
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Jet

[video game] Jet was a combat flight simulator video game originally published in 1985 by subLOGIC. ==Summary== This video game was based on subLOGIC`s classic Flight Simulator. The player may choose either an F-16 Fighting Falcon for land missions or an F-18 Hornet for missions starting at sea from an aircraft carrier. The player can also ...
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Jet

a form of fossilized coal that became popular for mourning jewelry after Queen Victoria's husband, Albert died in 1861. Produced mainly in Whitby, England, it is a very lightweight substance. Black glass was often used to imitate jet which became a fashion item, not just for mourning.
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jet

[n] - a hard black form of lignite that takes a brilliant polish and is used in jewellery or ornamentation 2. [n] - the occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid) 3. [n] - an airplane powered by one or more jet engines 4. [v] - fly a jet plane 5. [v] - issue in a jet
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Jet

Fossilised coal, only use is as jewelry.
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Jet

A hard black material formed from large individual blocks of wood that have been fossilised. This has been used to create items such as beads from the Early Bronze Age onwards by cutting, shaping and polishing.
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Jet

Jet noun Same as 2d Get . [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Jet

Jet intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Jetted ; present participle & verbal noun Jetting .] [ French jeter , Latin jactare , freq. from jacere to throw. See 3d Jet , and confer Jut .] ...
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Jet

Jet transitive verb To spout; to emit in a stream or jet. « A dozen angry models jetted steam.» Tennyson.
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jet

<chemical> A variety of lignite, of a very compact texture and velvet black colour, susceptible of a good polish, and often wrought into mourning jewelry, toys, buttons, etc. Formerly called also black amber. ... <zoology> Jet ant, a blackish European ant (Formica fuliginosa), which builds its nest of a paperlike material in the trunks ...
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jet

squirt noun the occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid)
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JET

An abbreviation for the Journal of Economic Theory. Contexts: journals
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Jet

• (v. i.) To strut; to walk with a lofty or haughty gait; to be insolent; to obtrude. • (n.) Drift; scope; range, as of an argument. • (v. i.) To shoot forward or out; to project; to jut out. • (n.) A shooting forth; a spouting; a spurt; a sudden rush or gush, as of water from a pipe, or of flame from an orifice; also, that whic...
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jet

(from the article `jewelry`) Jet is a dense variety of lignite formed by the submersion of driftwood in the mud of the seafloor. It has been recovered since Roman times from the ...
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Jet

(from the article `Ebony`) ...shifted its editorial focus to include black achievement of all sorts. By the beginning of the 21st century, its circulation had reached about 1.8 ... Johnson went on to create other black publications, including Jet magazine in 1951. His firm, Johnson Publishing Company, later diversified into book ... ...
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jet

(astrophysical ) M87 jet. Image: Hubble Space Telescope A bright, highly directional beam of matter and radiation associated with certain types of stars and active galaxies. Jets are observed mainly at radio wavelengths but sometimes at optical and other wavelengths; ...
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Jet

Jet is a variety of lignite, of a very compact texture and velvet black colour, susceptible of a good polish, glossy in its fracture, which is conchoidal or undulating and often wrought into mourning jewellery, toys, buttons, etc. It was formerly also called black amber. In Great Britain jet is found chiefly at Whitby and the surrounding coast of N...
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jet

Type: Term Pronunciation: jet Definitions: 1. A region of very high blood velocity just downstream of a vessel stenosis.
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jet

(mineral) In earth science, hard, black variety of lignite, a type of coal. It is cut and polished for use in jewellery and ornaments. Articles made of jet have been found in Bronze Age tombs
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JET

Research facility at Culham, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England, that conducts experiments on nuclear fusion. Opened in 1984, it is the focus of the European effort to produce a safe and environmentally sound fusion-power reactor. On 9 November 1991, the JET tokamak, operating with a mixture of deuterium and tritium, produced a 1.7 megawatt pu...
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Jet

The name physicists give to a cluster of particles emerging from a collision or decay event all traveling in roughly the same direction and carrying a significant fraction of the energy in the event. The particles in the jet are chiefly hadrons.
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jet

Black, glossy, fossilised wood - a very hard form of coal - that is carved and highly polished to make jewellery and ornaments. Jet has been used for decoration since the Bronze Age. It was mined extensively on the Yorkshire coast near Whitby and widely exported c.1805-75. It was popular for buttons and mourning jewellery in Victorian times. Spanis...
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