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  • 161jolly boat — 1727, of unknown origin, probably from Dan. jolle (17c.) or Du. jol (1680s), both related to yawl; or it may be from M.E. jolywat (late 15c.) a ship s small boat, of unknown origin …

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  • 162jolly boat — (izg. džòli bȏut) m DEFINICIJA pom. 1. mali brodski teretni čamac što ga jedrenjaci vuku iza krme 2. sport mala sportska jedrilica za natjecanje u zatvorenim vodama ETIMOLOGIJA engl …

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  • 163Jolly Roger — ► NOUN ▪ a pirate s flag with a white skull and crossbones on a black background. ORIGIN of unknown origin …

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  • 164jolly boat — n. [< MDu jolle, yawl + BOAT] a sailing vessel s small boat, usually carried on the stern …

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  • 165Jolly Rog|er — «ROJ uhr», a pirates black flag with a white skull and crossbones on it; black flag; blackjack …

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  • 166(jolly) good show! — (jolly) good ˈshow! idiom (old fashioned, BrE, informal) used to show you like sth or to say that sb has done sth well Main entry: ↑show …

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  • 167jolly somebody along — ˌjolly sb aˈlong derived to encourage sb in a cheerful way Main entry: ↑jollyderived …

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  • 168jolly somebody into something doing something — ˌjolly sb ˈinto sth/into ˈdoing sth derived to persuade or encourage sb to do sth by making them feel happy about it Main entry: ↑jollyderived …

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  • 169jolly somebody into into doing something — ˌjolly sb ˈinto sth/into ˈdoing sth derived to persuade or encourage sb to do sth by making them feel happy about it Main entry: ↑jollyderived …

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  • 170jolly somebody up — ˌjolly sb/sth ˈup derived to make sb/sth more cheerful • You need jollying up! Main entry: ↑jollyderived …

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  • 171jolly something up — ˌjolly sb/sth ˈup derived to make sb/sth more cheerful • You need jollying up! Main entry: ↑jollyderived …

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  • 172Jolly Roger — The Jolly Roger is the name given to any of various flags flown to identify a ship s crew as pirates. [Oxford English Dictionary, Second Edition 1989, under Roger, n.2.4 records the first usage as: 1785 GROSE Dict. Vulgar T. s.v. Roger, Jolly… …

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  • 173Jolly Roger — Schwarze Flagge: ein Totenkopf, darunter zwei gekreuzte Knochen; die bekannte Flagge des Piraten Edward England Der Jolly Roger oder „die Piratenflagge“ ist die schwarze Flagge von Piratenschiffen. Sie wird, in Anlehnung an den britischen Union… …

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  • 174Jolly Green Giant — The Jolly Green Giant is a symbol of the Green Giant food company of the United States, appearing as a smiling green skinned giant wearing a tunic, wreath and boots made of leaves. In 1973, JGG teamed up with Little Green Sprout , the diminutive… …

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  • 175Jolly Cola — Infobox Beverage name = Jolly Cola type = Soft drink abv = proof = manufacturer = Danish Brewery Group distributor = origin = DEN introduced = 1959 discontinued = colour = flavour = variants = Jolly Cola, Jolly Light, Jolly Energy Cola related =… …

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  • 176Jolly Jumper — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Jolly Jumper (homonymie). Jolly Jumper est le cheval de Lucky Luke, un personnage de bande dessinée créé par l artiste belge Morris. Décrit comme « le cheval le plus rapide de l Ouest », Jolly Jumper… …

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  • 177Jolly Jumper — Lucky Luke ist der Titel einer von Morris (d. i. Maurice de Bévère) gezeichneten, erstmals 1946 erschienenen belgischen Comic Serie um den gleichnamigen einsamen Cowboy. Lucky Luke ist mit mehr als 30 Millionen verkauften Alben in Deutschland die …

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  • 178Jolly, George — ▪ English actor and manager died 1673?       actor manager who, after obscure beginnings, emerged as the leader of the last troupe of English strolling players in a tradition that influenced the German theatre.       Early in his career Jolly was …

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  • 179Jolly-Seber-Methode — Die Jolly Seber Methode ist ein statistisches populationsbiologisches Modell für Fang Wiederfang von Tieren in der ökologischen Forschung. Dabei werden Tiere aus offenen Populationen, d. h. in denen Zu und Abwanderung möglich ist, gefangen und… …

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  • 180Jolly Boys — The Jolly Boys sind eine Musikgruppe aus Port Antonio in Jamaika. Die bereits 1955 gegründete und zum Teil noch heute originalbesetzte Band spielt den Mento, die traditionelle Folkloremusik Jamaikas. Ihre bisher erfolgreichste Zeit ist Ende der… …

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