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jammer

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jammer

noun

A musician who takes part in jam sessions: the likely jammers being the four ex-Beatles, Leon Russell, Mick Jagger, and a few other ''friends'' (1930s+ Jazz talk)

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gear-jammer

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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  • The missile had included a micro-wave transmitter, to act as a jammer.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • The screen was still blank, indicating that the jammer was sweeping in frequency.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • However, he finally stopped the antenna, satisfied that he had it pointed at the jammer.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • He was almost upon the fragment shielding him from the jammer.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • If he turned to avoid it, the jammer would blank-out his radar again.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • He would have to look on the other side of the jammer, using the ship itself as a shield.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • The image of the jammer started to expand as he approached it.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • That second image was something which had been hidden by the jammer.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino
  • If that fails, they send a jammer impulse and freeze it up tight.

    Accidental Flight Floyd L. Wallace
  • He next tried to synchronize his radar pulses with the jammer, in order to be looking when it was quiet.

    Pushbutton War Joseph P. Martino

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