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  • n. Plural form of Jolly Roger.


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  • In my time here I brought in the Ling Brothers, broke up the Jolly Rogers, and even survived a throwdown with Thunderhead once.


  • He was dressed in khakis with a blue shirt and a black tie with red Jolly Rogers pirate flags printed on it.

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  • My favorite candy - red and purple Skittles and cherry and watermelon Jolly Rogers.

    and your oh-so-nutty chocolate covering

  • This meant a large number of tuxes, and to my delight, a massive run of Jolly Rogers.

    Proving Mat right again.

  • The twelve Tomcats of the Jolly Rogers were strung on a line at thirty thousand feet.

    Red Storm Rising

  • "Bet your ass!" replied the commander of the Jolly Rogers.

    Red Storm Rising

  • He wore a black velvet jacket, brocade breeches, knee-high boots and a tri-corner hat for the company's Jolly Rogers team although he admitted the costume was inaccurate to the trebuchet's time.

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  • Afterward we all gathered at Jolly Rogers, a restaurant near Island Trees High that was frequented by students from the school.

    The Full Feed from

  • "All thanks to 4-H," said the nine-year 4-H'er who belongs to the Jolly Rogers 4-H Club in the Fishers area. Top Stories

  • I've got the Jolly Rogers heading up the flag pole soon, and will fire all the guns as soon as my target is in sight.


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