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- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Jeffrey or Jeffery.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Among printers, to play a game of chance by throwing quadrats from the hand in the manner of dice, count being kept by the number of nicked sides turned up.
- n. In circus slang, a rope: usually with a qualifying word: as, tight jeff; slack jeff. Dickens, Hard Times, vi.
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CRAIG SHNIDERMAN, FRIEND OF JEFF TRANDAHL: Jeff is a guy who always does the right thing.
JIM DAYTON, FATHER OF JEFF DAYTON: When those three sergeants came in and told me about Jeff, I mean my heart just felt like it was going to explode.
JIM DAYTON, FATHER OF JEFF DAYTON: When those two sergeants came in and told me about Jeff, I mean my heart just felt like it was going to explode.
JEFF FLOCK, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Indeed, Jeff, we are in the heartland tonight.
That was the first time that I've used the name Jeff Lorber Fusion in about 20 years or so.
The police hun which Jeff translates as "hustling."
When hearing the name Jeff Mangum, she rode off with a quizzical expression, likely having no idea who Mangum was, or why 300-plus people were lining up to get a chance to see him perform.
There is no such thing as Jeff, because what we call Jeff is a constantly transforming consciousness that appears as a certain personality, a certain mind, a certain ego, a certain body.
The top plot is the data, the second plot is a 21 year gauss filter using the CA algorithm and the third plot is what I call Jeff's weather noise.
Mark Duplass told Movieweb that "Jeff" is a "quest" movie, a la "The Sword in the Stone," in which a stoner seeks a bottle of wood glue.
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