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  • Jordanian whisky with the labels Black Jack, Grand and Royal Home are selling particularly well, at around $2 a bottle.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • I drew a rank black bull called Black Jack that I scored 83 points on.

    King of the Cowboys

  • He spotted the owner of the yard, Jack Cooper, known as Black Jack because he was always covered in black dust like a miner.

    A Place Called Freedom

  • "On the day in question a delivery of coal was being made to the yard of Mr. John Cooper, known as Black Jack, in Wapping High Street."

    A Place Called Freedom

  • Lance-Corporal Carey was another who wrote, and Corporal George A. Vowel, known as Black Jack, then of the Tenth and now of the Thirteenth Machine Gun Corps, wrote a kindly letter.

    Private Peat

  • But a sudden disaster had overtaken the Bastile one day when a man called Black Jack had come into Little Missouri on a wrecking train.

    Roosevelt in the Bad Lands

  • He was mostly called Black Jack for short, but that was chiefly among his partners.

    Black Jack

  • Terence Hollis is my name and my father was Jack Hollis, commonly known as Black Jack, it seems from the story of the sheriff.

    Black Jack

  • Lance-Corporal Carey was another who wrote, and Corporal George A. Vowel, known as Black Jack, then of the Tenth and now of the Thirteenth Machine Gun Corps, wrote a kindly letter.

    Private Peat

  • Page 44 days later he was engaged in what was known as the Black Jack fight, which resulted in the capture of a superior force of Missourians, with a considerable amount of goods which had been plundered on their marauding expedition.

    The Negro and the White Man

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