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I tell you, it's all-malt, and not a jim-jam to the cask.
I was only putting back into my pockets the jim-jam snake-heads as the snakes _would_ try to emerge!
All night long the restless jungle sounds, the whispering of the mysterious forest, and the distant booming of the sea, together with the measured tread of the night sentry, made a lullaby which ought to have worked wonders with the "jim-jam" and the fever patients of the Twenty-eighth.
If Confucius bowed the suppliant knee to that goggle-eyed jim-jam Josh,
Tesco and nightwear: A wake-up call for the jim-jam masses