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  • She goes by the name Crackerjack, which she says means "exceptional."

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  • "I'm in the process of filing a trademark for my name Crackerjack in my image," said Bell, who prefers to be referred to as Crackerjack.

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  • Thought this was rather amusing also (courtesy of Wikipedia) - his habit of spending large amounts of time away at Court and then returning to Parliament just before the vote at 5. 00pm has earned him the knickname "Crackerjack" - after the children's programme Crackerjack that famously started at 4. 55pm.

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  • So, with regard the other five SNP MSPs who are also councillors, George Foulkes who is also a Lord, Alex Salmond who is an MP and to a lesser extent Gordon "Crackerjack" Jackson, their performance as an MSP should be judged on the substance of the work that they achieve, not simply on the form of how they go about their days.

    Substance over form

  • Any house would have been easy for "Crackerjack" if he had possessed the open sesame of his kit of burglar's tools, but he had not had a jimmy in his hand since he was caught with one and sent to Sing Sing.

    A Little Book for Christmas

  • "Crackerjack" dropped the paper and turned like a flash, knife upraised in his clenched hand, to confront a very little girl and a still smaller boy staring at him in open-eyed astonishment, an astonishment which was without any vestige of alarm.

    A Little Book for Christmas

  • "Crackerjack" had been crouching low with the children.

    A Little Book for Christmas

  • "Crackerjack" was no exception to the general rule about loving and being beloved set forth above.

    A Little Book for Christmas

  • "Crackerjack" would hardly have chosen Christmas eve for a thieving expedition if there had been any other recourse.

    A Little Book for Christmas

  • "Crackerjack" had but recently returned from a protracted sojourn at an institution arranged by the State in its paternalism for the reception and harbouring of such as he.

    A Little Book for Christmas

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