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Noun1.Jambos - used in some classifications for rose apples (Eugenia jambos)
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Myrtaceae, Myrtaceae, myrtle family - trees and shrubs yielding a fragrant oil
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New-look Tynecastle witnessed its first magical moment as the Jambos completely demolished Celtic to rip up the record-breaking run in sensational style.
That was the Jambos gaffer's response when asked if his side could challenge the champions.
The Jambos head coach said: "We ask him to play football and that will happen.
But while many Jambos have refused to renew their season tickets, the Lithuanian (below) retains the loyalty of one dyed in the maroon fan.
The Jambos are probably the hardest team in the country to analyse for betting purposes.
Key words: Syzigium jambos, invasive species, forest management, water quality management, Costa Rica.
First-half goals by Michal Pospisil, Roman Bednar and Saulius Mikoliunas gave the rampant Jambos a convincing interval lead which was the least they deserved for an impressive opening 45 minutes.
The Jambos cemented their place in the top six and dumped Dundee back into the relegation zone with a hard-fought win at Tynecastle.
At least a dozen players were involved in the bust-up which saw Hearts pair Suso Santana, club masseur Alan Robson and unused Hamilton substitute Leon Knight effectively shown red cards by referee David Somers, who also issue a post-match red to Jambos midfielder Ian Black for insulting and abusive behaviour.
But members of fansite Jambos Kickback were stunned when it was revealed Creag and his nephew were made-up.
Jambos slumped to their third defeat on the spin under Craig Levein and can't get back to Tynecastle soon enough after taking just four points from a possible 12 at their temporary home.
After their recent slip-up against Falkirk, the Jambos have responded with four straight victories and the champagne is now on ice.