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jack·stone

 (jăk′stōn′)
n.
1. jackstones(used with a sing. verb) The game of jacks.
2. One of the pieces used in playing jacks.

jackstone

(ˈdʒækˌstəʊn)
n
(Games, other than specified) another name for jack113
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The other proposed heritage sites and structures are: Philippine National Railways Station, Jackstone, Stage in City Plaza, Vicar Hotel, Alimango Restaurant in Arellano, Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint John, The City Plaza, Rizal Monument at City Plaza, Philippine Independent Church, First United Methodist Church, Inarangan Lake and Old Train in front of the museum.
Armed with a grant from the European Fisheries Agency (administered by the Marine and Fisheries Agency) Paramount contacted Jackstone Freezing Solutions who supported the spiral freezer solution and took the operations team to see two of the machines in action.
In the beginning Jackstone Froster plate freezers were used to freeze surplus landings of fish in Grimsby.
There was also giant Jenga, Jackstone, Snakes and Ladders and a Water Slide.
Guest artists are Garry Cruz and the Jackstone Brothers.
It looks like the end of an era with the announcement that Jackstone Food Systems will "most likely" stop making blast and spiral freezers by the end of the year.
Alan Perryment, former general manager at Jackstone Food Systems, is heading up the effort from offices in Norfolk, UK (Phone: 44-1379-652220; e-mail: alan.perryment@tesco.net).
Then he took two jackstone balls out of his mouth, because he was trying to put more cheeks.
Jackstone's New Platoblast Freezer Efficiently Combines Plate and Air Blast
A full range of freezers is available from Jackstone Food Systems, Thetford, Surrey, UK (Fax: 44-1842-763322).