Jackie


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Jackie

(ˈdʒækɪ) or

Jacky

n, pl Jackies
1. a native Australian
2. native Australians collectively
3. sit up like Jackie to sit bolt upright, esp cheekily
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Fred Thompson, a coach for the 1988 women's Olympic track team, said, "I don't know a person in this world who has a negative thing to say about Jackie.
Woods was not only expected to comment on how his accomplishment, as the first black winner of the most Southern of all PGA tournaments, related to Jackie Robinson; he also was called upon to pay homage to Charlie Sifford, Lee Calvin Peete, Lee Elder, and other black trailblazers on the PGA tour.
TEENAGE girls of the '70s and '80s will get to relive their youth next summer as Jackie the Musical is coming to Liverpool.
Legendary actor Jackie Chan and crew have finished filming in Dubai for their production 'KungFu Yoga'.
Fans of this show have been through so many highs and lows with pill-popping ER nurse Jackie in the past five seasons.
Jackie Milburn and his Newcastle United team-mates celebrate their 1952 FA Cup final victory | Jackie Milburn and his Newcastle United team-mates celebrate their 1952 FA Cup final victory JACKIE MILBURN was fleet of foot and handsomely athletic.
owner and general manager, Jackie Lange, was filled with excitement as she narrates her Panama travelogue with daughter Melissa.
Kendall wears a Haute Hippie sequined mini, $395, from The Met, Elie Tahari blouse, $198, from Saks Fifth Avenue, necklace, $245, and Oliver Webber Swarovski cuff, $379, both from Jackie Z, and Milly wristlet, $155, from The Met.
Welford House, in Aston, has been re-named Jackie Harriett House, in honour of a resettlement officer who died in November.
Washington, August 6 ( ANI ): A presidential historian has alleged that Jackie Onassis' acceptance of her husband and former President of US John F.
Jackie Chan, Hollywood actor and martial arts legend, became a victim of celebrity death hoax again on social networking site Twitter.
Charity worker Jackie Clark, 32, from Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, was due to give birth to her first child on Hogmanay.