jankers


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jankers

pl (Mil sl: = prison) → Bau m (Mil sl)
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In the Army, this lot would be on jankers for being Absent Without Leave.
McClaren has to stop talking his players up and put them on jankers instead.
Enough for a bit of jankers you might have thought, even though he looked resplendent in his uniform as Air Commodore in Chief of the New Zealand Air Force.
But 60 of our soldiers were killed by enemy action in the "Emergency" between 1951-1954 Billy Woods started his National Service in March 1953, with the South Lancs Regiment, where he was twice put on jankers (punishment duties) when it was decided he had not scrubbed every spot of scum off a bath.
Three days' jankers - for wearing roll-neck sweater IN March 1947 I returned to England after more than a year in Italy where we had been helping to bring back ex-prisoners of war and time-expired RAF personnel from the Far and Middle East.
But in this case the over-rule from French umpire Sandra de Jankers was the clear mistake.
The ball clipped the line; Henin-Hardenne (pictured above with the trophy) appealed it was long and French umpire Sandra de Jankers agreed.
Jonathan found himself being sentenced to yet another seven days in jankers for the most paltry of reasons.
He's so strong that I believe he will be better suited to playing against Munich who use the strength of Carsten Jankers rather than someone like me.
I did manage a two-minute perch on a lady-in-waiting's armchair and on the piano stool which has been adorned by Princess Margaret and Noel Coward before a guide threatened me with jankers in the Brig or a keel hauling.
I don't suppose they'll identify him but if they do he should get a medal not a spell in jankers.