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  2. jack 1. n. money. I don’t have the jack for a deal like that. 2. n. tobacco for rolling cigarettes. You got some jack I can bum? 3. n. nothing. (Probably from jack-shit.) Your last idea wasn’t worth jack. Do I pay you to come up with stuff that bad? 4. n. a strange person; an annoying person. (Possibly from jackass or jack-shit.) Willy, stop acting.
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  5. Jack’s famous, fresh, never frozen, hand-battered, and breaded fried chicken with made-from-scratch biscuits. 8 pc chicken & 4 biscuits. 12 pc chicken & 6 biscuits. Nutritional Facts. Desserts Apple Pie. Apples and hint of cinnamon inside a hot, flaky, and delicious fried pie. Nutritional Facts.
  6. Jul 14,  · Directed by Daniele Nicolosi. With Lidia Napoli, Marco Guarneri, Cloe. The forest is not full only of obstacles to be tackled alone. It also guards some friends, and Actors: Lidia Napoli, Marco Guarneri, Cloe.
  7. Aug 09,  · Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. With Robin Williams, Diane Lane, Brian Kerwin, Jennifer Lopez. Because of an unusual disorder that has aged him four times faster than a typical human being, a boy looks like a year-old man as he starts fifth /10(55K).
  8. Define jack. jack synonyms, jack pronunciation, jack translation, English dictionary definition of jack. n. 1. often Jack Informal A man; a fellow. 2. a. One who does odd or heavy jobs; a laborer. b. One who works in a specified manual trade. Often used in.

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