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Jackson

A slang term for a $20 bill in the United States. The term is derived from Andrew Jackson, who appears on the $20 bill.
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Caring for the trees after the Jacksons plant them is a task that falls to the communities, although Joyce works out the details with town officials before they finalize their visit.
She's still not sure exactly how the idea germinated, but the fact that trees figured into the plan came as no surprise to the Jacksons or those who know them.
Joyce and John Jackson, fresh from New Jersey, were packing five young white spruces.
While the Jackson family also owns Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates, this transaction does not involve Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates in any way.
Oxman said both seized items belong to Michael Jackson and that he will get them back.
Bankruptcy Judge Kathleen March directing them to ``use whatever reasonable force necessary to break open and enter the premises of the Jackson family home.
Oxman said the Jackson family had no idea about the default judgment because when court papers were served at the home in 1996, the family had moved out for two years so home could undergo earthquake repairs.
The entire Michael-mad scenario once again illuminated the irony presented by Jackson and other mega-celebrities, who indefatigably seek global adulation yet who also fiercely work to protect the privacy that their pursuit of fame has obliterated.
So it appeared that reporters might have to bide their time, at least until Saturday, when Jackson is scheduled to appear at a rehearsal in Hollywood for a tribute to close friend Elizabeth Taylor.
Jackson announced last November that Rowe, then a nurse at one of his doctor's offices, was six months' pregnant with his child.

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