American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A group of islands of northern Canada, in the Arctic Archipelago north of Parry Channel. Oil deposits were first exploited here in the 1960s.
“This week I'll be reviewing six new projects that leaked in the following order: DJ Design "Jetlag", DJ Khaled "We Global", DJ K.O.”
“On "Jetlag" the two's assignment to escort a government witness back from Paris encounters a road bump when they learn a hit man may be on their flight home.”
“Jetlag started to kick in during the early evening, but a tag-team reading by Scott Browne and Bill Breedlove woke me up again and I managed to hang in until 11 p.m.”
“Jetlag, caused by the body's inability to immediately adjust to the time in a different zone while travelling, was practically cut in half for commuters taking seven to nine hour flights.”
“Jetlag and being 4500 miles from the action will screw you over.”
“Re: Jetlag — It becomes more annoying as we get older.”
“Jetlag be damned we're getting right into party mood on Monday when Robert Scoble plays host to an Irish Coffee evening.”
“Jetlag, a stiff neck and a cranky demeanour can ruin the festive spirit for those flying home for Christmas.”
“Produced by Jetlag Productions and Sunbow Productions, the series debuted on October 1, 1992, ran for 64 episodes and concluded exactly two years later, on October 1, 1994.”
“Jetlag clearing, bump shrinking, ego as tough as me noggin anyway.”
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