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- adv. In a jammy or jamlike way.
- adv. Luckily, flukily.
This story, jammily mixing up class-bound England with super-celebrity Hollywood, has been skilfully and attentively directed by Simon Curtis, an experienced theatre and television director his credits include Cranford, here making his film debut.
In 1995, we got jammily beaten by Birmingham City in extra time, then in 1997 we won, beating Colchester.
Without that finance being freely available, the world's leading innovative economy will grind to a halt with consequences far worse than a few Congressmen losing their jobs or a handful of fat cats jammily avoiding a deserved come-uppance.