The skipper and Mr. Jukes want to see you in the captains cabin, he said.
Jukes has since read what was considered a very valuable paper.
At the sound of Jukes' voice he stood still, facing forward, but made no reply.
For these statistics we are indebted to the narrative of Mr Jukes.
It was Jukes Dade, the man her father had peremptorily discharged.
We must congratulate Mr Jukes on the value of his publication.
Jukes on coming out of the alleyway found himself up to the neck in the noisy water.
You had better read the chapter on faults in Jukes's Geology; then you will know all about it.
Then Jukes was directed in the same subdued voice to keep the forward 'tween-deck clear of cargo.
Perhaps the best known of these stories is that of the Jukes family.
[1900s+; fr Gullah fr Wolof and/or Bambara, ''unsavory'']
To swerve and reverse evasively; trick a defender or tackler; jink: Rather than to juke a defensive back, then duck inside/ Zaffuto juked past Peters on the right side
[Sports; fr Scots jouk, of uncertain origin]