from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A silver Genovese coin, first used in England in the 14th century.
- n. Alternative capitalization of Jane, "woman".
- n. Alternative spelling of jean.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A coin of Genoa; any small coin.
- n. A kind of twilled cotton cloth. See Jean.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small silver coin of Genoa imported into England by foreign merchants, especially in the fifteenth century. Compare galley-halfpenny.
- n. Same as jean, 2.
For many years was only the plain jane Core-lokts, but do like the polymer tips better.
I've been posting about how one of the things that really, really has me frothing about this whole situation w/jihad jane is the astonished amazement that (white) americans would ever be recruited into the likes of al aqaeda (or al qaeda wannabes).
I like park italian gourmet on 45th …. plain jane sandwich … not all that fancy cer te crap.
The other thing I noticed now that I re-read this, is the the public employee unions will lose gold-plated and subsidized insurance and have to take the ugly plain jane insurance.
But for freshwater, I don't think anything fights as hard, pound for pound, as a plain jane garden variety carp caught out of a river.
I mean the S&W hunting line is plain jane as it gets; no one is clamoring over a dumbed down TC ICON or a basic gas operated 12 gauge.
P.S. I shoot a .243 ugly box lead tipped core lokts (sans colored plastic) and shoot 2-3/4 plain jane for ducks and turkey and get laughed at.
The spex look pretty good and may be better suited to ‘super’computing tasks than plain jane commodity x86 server based clouds.
Anyway the saddle started out as a plain jane but somewhat costly utilitarian saddle for trail riding and hunting.
For a syn stock, and straightcomb, the cheek piece does add a tad of class to a otherwise plain jane Blk Syn gun.