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- v. Present participle of jam.
- n. The act or process of jamming.
- adj. Great; awesome.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems
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BURT KEIRSTEAD, BAE SYSTEMS: This little device does what we call the jamming of the missile.
Q: If the Democrats succeed in jamming this through on reconciliation, would you be open to using the very same process – reconciliation – to repeal health care reform?
Nash skated with the puck through the slot and lost control of it, Modin jamming it off the near post with the puck ricocheting off Khabibulin's backside into the net.
We have looked at options to stop the broadcasts within the Pentagon, discussed them interagency and concluded jamming is an ineffective and expensive mechanism that will not accomplish the objective the NSC Advisor seeks.
Missiles are helpless if the jamming is on their frequency or if the ground control system is having difficulty either from jamming or heavy static.
So little does Goebbels appreciate these European activities of ours, that he employs a multitude of men and equipment in jamming the various services.
Either company could have contractually required Iran to stop its jamming, which is politically motivated censorship, or refused to carry IRIB.
I do like the idea of jamming all the villains into one longass film.
Included in the jamming was a voter-ride phone line operated by Manchester firefighters.
As for the idea of jamming the signal, what would be the point?