The Daily Pic: Francois Curlet made a funereal jaguar, then filmed it as a thriller's prop.
Don spends an afternoon with Joan, test-driving a jaguar and drinking together in a bar, reminiscing about the past.
But the runaway best example of the game is another cluster of British luxury vehicles—Range Rover, Land Rover and jaguar.
As if it weren't cool enough, the jaguar's top speed is 50 miles per hour.
Every two years, Chasen leased a new luxury sedan—either a jaguar or Mercedes.
The puma ranges throughout the country, as he does much further south; while the jaguar also appears amid the forests and plains.
Now it sounds like the dreadful roar of the jaguar as it springs on its prey.
"A moment," he said; then, slipping forward, he laid his hand on the jaguar's shoulder.
jaguar's head is large and he is tremendously strong in the jaws.
It means the jaguar, whose skin is beautifully spotted, and not striped like that of the tiger in the East.
big cat of the Americas (Felis onca), c.1600, from Portuguese jaguar, from Tupi jaguara, said to be a name "denoting any larger beast of prey" [Klein]. Also a type of British-made car; in this sense the abbreviation Jag is attested from 1959.