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jac

[jak] /dʒæk/
noun, Informal.
1.
Origin of jac
by shortening

J.A.C.

1.
Junior Association of Commerce.
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  • They are diving into the pool outside—cannot you hear them, jac Hallen?

    Tarrano the Conqueror Raymond King Cummings
  • Her thoughts leaped to me—jac Hallen—there in Maida's palace.

    Tarrano the Conqueror Raymond King Cummings
  • Sanctuary for treason was abolished in 1534, and for crime in 21 jac.

  • There can be little doubt of jac's conversion to the Romish faith.

  • "jac, you are very ridiculous," said Wyn, unable to help laughing a little; but her laugh was not very hearty.

    The Tree of Knowledge

    Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
  • There was a pause, during which jac secured Hilda's programme, and stealthily examined it.

    The Tree of Knowledge

    Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
  • "She is exactly what I expected," observed jac, who was possessed of considerable acumen.

    The Tree of Knowledge

    Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
  • In a piece entitled, De medicorum apud veteres Romanos degentium conditione dissertatio; contra viros celeberrimos jac.

    Medica Sacra Richard Mead
  • You wondered, didn't you, why I was so lenient with your brother and that jac Hallen when they would have refused me obedience?

    Tarrano the Conqueror Raymond King Cummings
  • The maps are taken from Ptolemæi Cosmographia latine reddita a jac.

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