JAM


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JAM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Jamaica. The code is used for transactions to and from Jamaican bank accounts and for international shipping to Jamaica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Then Harris packed the strawberry jam on top of a tomato and squashed it, and they had to pick out the tomato with a teaspoon.
He put his leg into the jam, and he worried the teaspoons, and he pretended that the lemons were rats, and got into the hamper and killed three of them before Harris could land him with the frying-pan.
He came back with great leaps across the jam, one huge hand filled with round, water-washed pebbles.
The police were back again and clearing the jam while waiting for reinforcements and new drivers and horses.
This had saved me, for the jam had quickly become too dense for anything more than the mad gripping and tearing of hands.
Yes, P-t-r, when you call on a young lady and her mother offers you a slice of bread and jam it is quite polite for you to accept it.
Alice couldn't help laughing, as she said, 'I don't want you to hire ME--and I don't care for jam.
At nine o'clock Dulcie took a tin box of crackers and a little pot of raspberry jam out of her trunk, and had a feast.
Besides the sewing and knitting of baby clothes, with which all of them were busy, that afternoon jam was being made on the terrace by a method new to Agafea Mihalovna, without the addition of water.
They sat in comfortable rattan chairs on the veranda, while she told the story of how she had drummed up the jam and jelly trade, dealing only with the one best restaurant and one best club in San Jose.
I'll have that with the jam run out," said Maggie, keeping her eyes shut to please Tom.
And there would be the inevitable bad jams, short ones, it was true, but so bad that a mile an hour would require terrific effort.