Jiffy bag


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Jiffy bag

n
trademark a thickly padded but light envelope in which articles such as books are placed for protection in the post
Translations

Jiffy bag®

n (Brit) → (gepolsterte) Versandtasche; (smaller) → gefütterter Briefumschlag

Jiffy bag

® nbusta imbottita
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UK Anti-Doping probed the incident in 2016 amid claims the Jiffy bag contained triamcinolone, but it failed to establish if this was true.
It was only a few weeks ago that UK Anti-Doping, owing to a lack of accurate medical records, was forced to close its probe into a mysterious Jiffy bag delivered to Team Sky for the use of Bradley Wiggins during the 2011 CritAaAaAeA@rium du DauphinAaAaAeA@.
One relative called by bailiffs to Colour My Funeral's premises openly wept after discovering her loved one's ashes in a Jiffy bag.
After the controversy over Sir Bradley Wiggins' permitted use of a banned corticosteroid before his 2012 Tour de France triumph, and a separate jiffy bag mystery he branded a "witch hunt," the revelations about Froome are another huge blow to Team Sky's image.
Wiggins railed at a "malicious witch-hunt" after UKAD ended the investigation into the contents of a jiffy bag delivered to him and Team Sky at the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine race.
As UKAD has been unable to prove what was in that package, commonly refereed to as the Jiffy bag, it said no anti-doping charges would be brought.
But now the campaign intensifies as everyone receives a dead bird, neatly posted through their doors in a Jiffy bag, with the usual message.
She told the court she recognised the Jiffy bag but did not know how it got into the pile of rubbish at the rear of her home.
She also claims that a male officer objected to her being a pallbearer for a colleague because "it went against years of military tradition", and her Afghan tour medal was posted to her in a jiffy bag upon her return to the UK.
And minutes after another employee left, he was seen taking a Jiffy bag to a locker where he opened it and tore it up before putting the pieces in his pocket.
After the controversy surrounding Sir Bradley Wiggins' permitted use of a banned corticosteroid before his 2012 Tour de France triumph, and a separate Jiffy bag mystery he branded a "witch hunt," the revelations about Froome are another devastating blow to Team Sky's image.