I made elaborate preparations for the capture of this job lot of phantoms upon the next anniversary of the fight.
I, Thomas Talbot, do offer for sale one job lot of articles.
They were a job lot, accumulated to offset and counteract his influence.
A job lot of curtains all tied together in a bundle went up.
And what a job lot of humanity does have161 the coin to spend the summer, or part of it, at these four-a-day resorts!
The Whites of his day there were what tradesmen call a job lot.
job lot—An incomplete assortment of goods to be disposed of in a lump.
A job lot of precious jailbirds that I was acting as escort of, your Lordship!
Hebrew—So help me, Abraham, I vould give a quarter for a job lot of dat stuff.
The others were photos of family groups, churches, etc., and they suggested in an unmistakeable way a “job lot” at an auction.