jampot


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jampot

(ˈdʒæmˌpɒt)
n
a container for preserves
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Noun1.jampot - a jar for holding jellies or preserves
jar - a vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles
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(9) "A Mistake," published in the school's magazine on 1 November 1881, and "The JamPot [The Worst of It]," on June 3, 1882, are reprinted in Early Verse, pp.
Started playing snooker at the age of 11 in the Jampot club in his native Sandy Row A
Higgins, who grew up playing the game in Belfast's Jampot Club in the Swinging Sixties, turned professional in 1971 and won the World Championship at the first attempt a year later.
Former snooker sensation Higgins started playing at the age of 11, often practising in the Jampot club in south Belfast.
"She made a light aside about this tennis player and his similarity to the golliwog on the jampot when she was growing up.
And I hadn't even heard of Jeremy Brooks's Jampot Smith.
As a member of The Jampot Partnership, he part-owned Glide Path, who won nine races for the partnership in the 1990s, including the Group 3 Stockholm Cup.
They say the old clubhouse of the Arley Working Men's Club and Institute - popularly called The Jampot by villagers - needs to be demolished and replaced because it is too large for the current membership.
WHEN the doors to the British International Motor Show open next month, one affordable dream machine will attract fans like flies to the jampot.
ALEX: A POTTED HISTORY Born March 18, 1949, Belfast, Northern Ireland Started playing snooker at the age of 11 in the Jampot club in his native Sandy Row At 14, he left for England and a career as a jockey Gave up and in 1968 won the All-Ireland Amateur Snooker Championship Turned pro at 22 and won the World Championship at his first attempt in 1972, beating John Spencer at Selly Park Royal British Legion club in Birmingham.
But you looked forward to that because it made you raise your own game." Higgins started playing at the age of 11, practising in the Jampot club in Belfast.