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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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Jackson Frost: A Holiday Fable With Music From Jacksons A-Z'' may not have the same thespian zing as some of the company's Shakespeare titles, but both signal the same glad tidings: the return of the Troubadour Theatre Company, aka the antidote to holiday boredom, aka the one Christmas show that should never, ever be bypassed.
In a nutshell: With several musical Jacksons in their satiric cross hairs, the Troubies are back to spike the holiday punch.
And because, through expert choreography, artful lyric tweaking and Eric Heinly's kickin' orchestra, the Troubies make the music of Michael Jackson actually rock.
Four years ago, the Jacksons began traveling the country, determined to plant trees in each of the 50 states, in a place connected with their family names.
But several years and 17 states after that first planting, the Jacksons have their horticultural hobby well in hand.
We wanted to leave some sort of legacy to other generations, some proof that the Jacksons were here," said John.
Helping Matanzas Creek achieve the vision long held by the MacIvers is something both the Jacksons and MacIvers look forward to working on, together.
Maintaining this standard of excellence is paramount for the Jacksons and MacIvers.
HVV declared bankruptcy in 1996 and received a judgment against the Jacksons, although the family attorney claims they never got a chance to defend themselves.
Believe it or not, a lot of these Jacksons have financial problems and IRS problems,'' Fernandez said.
Cedars officials as a matter of policy do not confirm that patients have been admitted or discharged, but spokesman Ron Wise broke from tradition and told reporters Thursday that the Jacksons had left the building.
There were unconfirmed reports that the Jacksons had fled to the entertainer's Neverland Ranch near Santa Barbara.

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