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  • Applejack: ¬† Applejack is a FREE open source utility that you run after booting into single user mode.

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  • He taught me how to do a dance called the Applejack and a dance called the Bop.

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  • I also noticed that "Applejack" wouldn't work, nor could I reset the nvram.

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  • Dolly Parton joins Pam for an entertaining duet on "Applejack," and Gadd sings about family with songs such as "Black Water Rock," a song she co-wrote with song craftsman, Jim Rushing, that recalls fondly, her father,

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  • But Chapman was no Johnny Applejack, a cynical supplier of the raw materials of intoxicants.

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  • There was an almost perfectly-rounded mushroom-cloud of an afro, an “Applejack” newsboy cap dipped slyly to the side.

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  • When I was assigned to her creative writing class senior year, she praised my lame post-nuclear bomb survival story “Applejack” with words that, in retrospect, were a thinly-veiled attempt at seduction.

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  • Chris Gall Applejack Rabbit Applejack Rabbit Mr. Meehan smartly includes this lesser known autumnal cocktail from the wonderfully titled 1927 cocktail book "Judge Jr., Here's How."

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  • The emphasis at Lilium is not on mixology and "drinks that take 15 minutes to make," but rather classic offerings like the Blonde Manhattan (made with Moonshine) and the Jack Rabbit (with Applejack).

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  • For the drinks, recent standouts include the A L'Ancienne, with cognac and mole bitters ($14), and the cola-tasting Redemption, made with Jägermeister and Laird's Applejack ($12).

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