crackajack


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crack·a·jack

 (krăk′ə-jăk′)
adj. Slang
Variant of crackerjack.

crackajack

(ˈkrækəˌdʒæk)
n, adj
a variant spelling of crackerjack
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crackerjack

also crackajack
adjective
Slang. Having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill:
noun
Slang. A person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field:
Informal: whiz.
Chiefly British: dab.
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Indeed, even come the final another runner, Crackajack - who was due to contest the consolation after finishing fourth in the semis - was drafted into the big-race following the scratching of Tain Lawn.
CRACKAJACK failed to deliver when well backed last week but should get us our money back in the eighth, the John Casey Consolation Final, and in the ninth HEAVENLY ONE can resume winning ways.
Treharne joined his brothers-in-law Jamie and Bobby Wilmot, Jamie's son Jeremy and another Sydney yachtsman, Jeremy Whitty, in what US reports described as "a crackajack crew from Australia" aboard Crescendo, a Swan 44 Mk II, owned by Martin Jacobsen of Greenwich, Connecticut.
In a letter dated 28 April 1941, the Cracker Jack Company objected to the DAE's entry: "We understand the term Crackajack to mean as defined in number one of your definition," attorney Arthur L.
This 2 DVD set also includes a whopping load of extras including A Man's Best Friend Is His Duck performed on Crackajack in 1972.
On Saturday he was the medium of huge support, ending up at 7-4 behind the 6-4 favourite Swahili Eile, and it turned out to be virtually the two-dog battle the betting suggest, although reserve Crackajack did trade blows with them for much of the journey.
The first semi-final of the John Casey Stakes at Shelbourne Park is a hard one to call but my idea of the winner is the only wide seed in the race, CRACKAJACK.