How To Use Jamb In A Sentence

  • In Yemen, for example, rhino horn is carved into handles used in daggers called jambiyas.
  • Siku chache kabla, Zelaya alimuondoa madarakani mkuu wa majeshi, Jenerali Romeo Vasquez Velasquez, jambo ambalo lilifuatiwa na … [...] 29 June 2009, 14: 44 pm elizabeth Global Voices in English » Honduras: Political Crisis Over Controversial Referendum
  • What do you bring to the jamboree,darling,huh? Aside from those baby blues and a knife?
  • Schiff's forms depend (like Marianne Moore's) on interlocking enjambments, on syllabics, and on baroque grammar, or else (unlike Moore's) on dense repetitions derived from Provençal forms.
  • Well - they are out there somewhere, as they have always been, and the competitive route exampled by the well-established Donatella Flick jamboree may be one way of finding them.
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  • Sometimes, the slightest leaning of a doorjamb can cause a door to swing open or shut on its own.
  • For a change of pace, a jambon et fromage crepe is a good choice. USATODAY.com - Marketers peddles wares at each Tour stop
  • It wasn't until the early 19th century that Creoles in New Orleans began using tomatoes in gumbos and jambalayas.
  • Malgre tout, apres avoir raccroché je tremblais de partout, j'avais pu de jambes et mes yeux se sont mis a piker et la fatigue s'est alors abattu sur moi! pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • The island is home to troops of long-tailed macaques that live on the mangosteens, rambutans, jambus, mata kucings, and other fruits thriving among the groves of palm and dense thickets of casuarina and barrington trees.
  • Use a butt marker to score the hinge location on the door and jamb.
  • For this Croque Monsiuer Burger, instead of bacon, I wrap each burger in one slice of jambon de Bayonne, or, more easily found, prosciutto, which is the ham with which my favorite croque monsieur in Paris is made. Kerry Saretsky: Franglais: The Croque Monsieur Burger
  • Exiting his bathroom, he saw his brother lounging against the door jamb of his room in full evening dress.
  • ‘Then again, some old maid's door will be slily fastened by tying tightly across the door jambs, in front of and to the ‘sneck’, a piece of wood to prevent her coming out of doors till released by a kind neighbour next morning.’
  • Hook a resistance tube to the top of a doorjamb and stand with your right side to the door.
  • Ajax, in the archaic attitude of the ‘kneeling race’, with helmet, jambeaus and armour from which his chiton emerges, is intent on carrying the lifeless body of Achilles, naked and with his long hair falling towards the ground.
  • The "jamb" is the upright or side member; the "lintel" is the cross member of the doorway. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • It is in typical ‘Kentian’ style, with the cornice supported on scrolled brackets flanking a frieze with swags and a central mask, the jambs being carved as female terms with classical drapery.
  • Italian American jam jambalaya keema/kheema kids cooking kiwi lamb lasagne Oh The Things We Do For Love: Shrimp & Scallops With Warm Tropical Fruit Salsa and Corn On The Cob
  • The doorjambs were made of a dark wood.
  • Ca m'a rien fait j'ai trouvé ca si naturel de les avoir devant moi que: Pas d'coeur qui bat la chamade, pas chaud, pas d'jambes flasques ... pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • The jamboree is a big earner, pulling in 100,000 for each act. The Sun
  • The annual meeting of China's legislature is a jamboree of regional accents and languages.
  • Again, as in other pieces, the autumn poem uses quietude, fine enjambment and spacing, to convey the weight of the branches, the dying process.
  • Cheater slipped the long blade of his knife through the space between the door and jamb and forced the wooden handle up and then pushed the door wide. Masdy's Silver
  • Last year I was in New Orleans and had plenty of gumbo, jambalaya, and crawfish étouffée.
  • Hook a piece of exercise tubing that has a door attachment onto the lowest point of a doorjamb.
  • Instead of using a "sjambok" smokers should be exhorted not to smoke and shown the dangers in and consequences of such a habit. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • For this Croque Monsiuer Burger, instead of bacon, I wrap each burger in one slice of jambon de Bayonne, or, more easily found, prosciutto, which is the ham with which my favorite croque monsieur in Paris is made. Kerry Saretsky: Franglais: The Croque Monsieur Burger
  • Clifford went down hard, the sjambok toppled out of his hand and sprang off one end into the corner of the room. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS
  • Jambolan juice is an excellent source of sherbets and syrups for making cool drinks.
  • The Jamboree, as it is known, is a single speed stage race in the spirit of the bike enduro.
  • Squires were running hither and thither, or aiding their masters to don armor, lacing helm to hauberk, tying the points of ailette, coude, and rondel; buckling cuisse and jambe to thigh and leg. The Outlaw of Torn
  • If you like to bar-hop and need a bit of liquor to cool your mouth from the jambalaya, try the French Quarter to move between establishments. Gadling
  • Coffee and chocolate were already made hot; cream and new-laid eggs were added to the treat, and M. Emanuel, always generous, would have given a large order for "jambon" and "confitures" in addition, but that some of us, who presumed perhaps upon our influence, insisted that it would be a most reckless waste of victual. Villette
  • The perforated sheets reappear both outside in the jambs of terraces cut into the building and inside as stylish balustrades.
  • But on the doorstone he found three drops shaken, dried now but plain to be seen, and on the new and unstained timber with which the left jamb of the doorway had been repaired there was a blurred smear of blood at the level of his own shoulder, where a gashed and bloodied sleeve had brushed past. The Hermit of Eyton Forest
  • Included at the jamboree will be the I.C.E. Tour Family Fan Fest. Islanders Top Stories
  • The jamboree consists of 24,000 scouts from over 150 countries and another 6,000 scouts, both boys and girls, from Thailand are expected to attend.
  • She or he needs an instinctive sense of where lines should end, how end-stopped they might be, and which ones call for enjambment, their sense flowing lyrically over the tiny pause and into a line that follows.
  • But the last time I saw him he was on a "jamboree," or spree, and killed his unfortunate horse by tying it up without feeding it or giving it water while he was drinking or drunk, and so he did not make his usual trip. A Tramp's Notebook
  • The group also regularly sends delegates to the annual worldwide scouting jamboree.
  • The jambins are a kind of elongated eel-pot in which they catch more, especially lobsters and red garnet. The Fête At Coqueville 1907
  • Fu-nan, which is the southern corner of Jambudvîpa. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3
  • With double-hung windows, pull the top sash down and paint the bottom part of it first; push it back up and paint the top part of it, then the bottom sash, then the jambs and frame.
  • It reminded me of the concept in poetry of "enjambment" where the implied silence at the ends of lines can be crafted to carry meanings that nuance, augment, or contradict readings that obey the conventions of punctuation. SWEATblog: Incompleteness
  • Johnson's promised fuller analysis is now in development, with a Telegraph column suggesting that something subtler than police "sjambok drubbings" may be required. London's missing dimension – serenity | Dave Hill
  • The diversity of Texas is apparent every month through its colorful festivals, jamborees, cook-offs and celebrations.
  • Ruha did not hesitate; she swung her arm up backward and drove the tip of her jambiya deep into the impostor's torso. The Veiled Dragon
  • However, the second part of your story where you claimed that black people patronize a business called jambalaya juice, that is completely false. CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2008
  • A jamboree is a glorified practice, a chance to play another team without counting the result as a victory or a defeat. The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO Home
  • Even before he was cashiered, Belle Jambe Bernadotte nearly let The Iron Marshal get annihilated by a vastly larger Prussian army Matthew Yglesias » Kristol Complicates Napoleon Metaphors
  • Then, as she tried to regain her balance, he shoved her roughly against the doorjamb and forced her to her knees. ABSOLUTE ZERO
  • IF YOU like paella, you will like jambalaya, its distant cousin from southern Louisiana.
  • Unless you are wrapping the framing around the window with drywall, both the jambs and the casings on the new window will need to be curved.
  • There will be a daylong jamboree, treasure hunt and barbecue on the Saturday.
  • These ships leave a small gap between the old jamb and the new strip, which can be puttied and painted to match.
  • London Zookeepers created the African pachyderm's name by mixing two Swahili words, "jambo" (hello) and "jumbe" chief. Frugal In Virginia
  • As the aperture of light was diminishing he put his hand round the door jamb. A WORM OF DOUBT
  • I followed and leaned against the doorjamb, watching him stir the contents of an ironstone casserole dish as he checked what was in the oven with the ease of a practiced chef. The Viognier Vendetta
  • And yet this is not so; -- he is himself an illustration of the breeding in-and-in system -- his sire and dam having been half brother and sister, both got by 'Foljambe.' The Principles of Breeding or, Glimpses at the Physiological Laws involved in the Reproduction and Improvement of Domestic Animals
  • Again, as in other pieces, the autumn poem uses quietude, fine enjambment and spacing, to convey the weight of the branches, the dying process.
  • Among the timber on sale, one is likely to find meranti Jambi and tembesu, two species found only in Bukit Duabelas and Kerinci Seblat forests in Jambi.
  • Neither actor used "poetry voice," and both actors honored enjambment and privileged sense over rhythm. Love Is My Sin
  • Midway through he puts his head round the door jamb and calls to me. Times, Sunday Times
  • How? If you stand under a doorway and the doorjamb falls forward or backward you will be crushed by the ceiling above.
  • Earlier, the duo suffered in the first and second stages with two tyre punctures, but managed to overcome the challenge until finally when they stormed past Jambo at a snail's pace with a blowing engine.
  • Talbott said the jamboree is a celebration of rugged individualism that manifests itself in the way a person steps up to a challenge, as well as athletic prowess. billingsgazette.com
  • With a crosscut or fast-cutting combination handsaw flat on the guide, cut out the bottom portion of your doorjamb so that when the slate is installed it will slip under the jamb.
  • The offerings here are legendary — soft-shell crab po-boys, andouille sausage gumbo, crawfish bread and jambalaya are among the stars — and this year only a small handful of newcomers cracked the lineup, including shrimp and grits, and a Japanese chicken/rice dish called don buri. In New Orleans, jazz fans get their groove on despite rain
  • Turn the screw in or back it out to raise and rower the screen door until the door frame is up off the track and the door side meets the doorjamb evenly.
  • FREDERICKTOWN - For the past 32 years, the tomato show has been the venue to end the summer season with a blast, and highlighting the jamboree is the Little Miss Tomato Contest. Mount Vernon News
  • The officers, armed with batons and sjamboks, struggled to control the horde.
  • Le célèbre satirique Pope était bossu et avait les jambes torses. French Conversation and Composition
  • Mr. Mehrotra's cunning deployment of enjambment—the breaking of a phrase or sentence across a poetic line—propels us from one line to the next, re-enacting, in the four-line opening sentence, the way the mind pieces together the meaning of the world from the messages of the senses, before knocking it out with the clean, flat declaration of the line that follows. When Mysticism Came Down to Earth
  • The word originally comes from an old French word, “jambon.” THE ANTHOLOGIST
  • The annual tented jamboree of art opens its flaps again next month. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was torn backwards, his hands flailing, and he got a grip on the doorjamb.
  • I do not know his name, but I heard one of the Boers say, 'That slim duyvel with the sjambok is the new Military Commandant.' The Dop Doctor
  • If you're really feeling indulgent, try the "Gourmet Sandwich," which includes paté, a French-style cured ham called jambon, a couple of different kinds of cured pork, and peppered ham. Austinist
  • Bernard Clark, Southend district scout commissioner, confirmed five scouts from the Southend district joined the jamboree and one scout leader had been expected to visit the Philippines.
  • Organisers have received an email from Germany, whose people are renowned for its sense of humour, revealing the international face of the jollity jamboree.
  • The enjambment of ‘un/earthly’ comes across not so much as violent or macabre (as the word unearthly might suggest) but again as hesitation.
  • If so, you only need to install the casing on the opposite side after the jamb is plumbed, squared, and secured in the opening.
  • Stone processed by sawing could be used at this stage as flags, sills, jambs, lintels, curbing, and blocks for wall construction.
  • The Tour de France founder Henri Desgrange wrote a training book in 1894 (reissued in 1930), titled “La Tête et les Jambes,” in which he made the case that a complete cyclist is one who uses his head (tête) to decide when to make a decisive move in a race and then uses his legs (jambes) to go for victory. The battle over two-way radios about to explode
  • The doorway is supported, on the right-hand side only, by a masoned jamb or toweright.
  • IRVINE - A blue Ford Explorer overturned into the carpool lane of the southbound 5 freeway just south of Jamboree Road, blocking the carpool lane in Irvine, according to the California Highway Patrol. The Orange County Register - News Headlines : News
  • We focussed on the form, on how closely they'd followed the rules of syllable and rhyme, enjambment and stress, and only secondarily on how it worked as a poem.
  • The Bulgaria Scout Association - which is also celebrating its 80th anniversary this year - has arranged an exhibition of photographs from scout gatherings and jamborees.
  • sjambok" serves as "a little bit of medicine" to cure the culprit, ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Ruha let her hand drop to her jambiya, both angered by the fool's lechery and frightened she would have to slay him to save her honor. The Veiled Dragon
  • (I say "deadliness" with some justification, for it compares very favorably with, say, the poisonous snakes of India, whose bites take more hours to bring on death than the jambi does minutes.) Head Hunters of the Amazon: Seven Years of Exploration and Adventure
  • Once you get the jamb aligned put shims between the jamb and stud opening, being careful not to bow the jamb into the opening.
  • On disoit monter à la genette quand les jambes étoient si courtes que l'éperon portoit vis-à-vis les flancs du cheval. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 10 Asia, Part III
  • Jambers was not quite sure what "integument" was, but she thanked God she had never had it in her family. We Can't Have Everything
  • Try telling him this a happy-clappy sport-for-all jamboree. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jamaican rice and peas, Spanish paella and Creole jambalaya are foods for feasting.
  • Let your legs really stretch in the ronde de jambe. 'Idol' Struggles To Re-Create Its Winning Panel
  • The beer festival was a huge open-air jamboree with music, stalls and everyone enjoying themselves.
  • In relation to the ‘jambes lourdes’, its something I get too and used to think I must be imagining, but knocked update
  • After some most extraordinary bargaining and after tempting him with solid, visible gold, we each secured a scjambok and a knobkerry at exorbitant prices, and left him even then grumbling and growling. In the Ranks of the C.I.V.
  • He has been a director of a balletic school that of Stara Zagora the ballet, to demotic оpera toJambol theater. Ballet Izisa in Youth home" George Bratanov"
  • He brought the sjambok down across my face and chest, across my shoulder, then the stomach, the legs, the arms and ribs. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS
  • “Well, jambo some more,” Frank told the guard, and pushed the button to reclose the window. Kahawa
  • Buffon calls the turnspit the _Basset à jambes torses_, but some of the breed are said to have straight legs. Anecdotes of Dogs
  • Approaching this year's jamboree in Gloucestershire, he is riding better than ever at 34, having put the brakes on a helter-skelter lifestyle.
  • Objective : To observe the effects of Syzygium jambos Linn . seed extract ( SjSE ) on alloxan diabetes.
  • The event is something like a jamboree or carnival with some off-road activities, off-road car shows, car accessory sales, food stalls and information booths.
  • While we wait with bated breath, the meaningless one day jamboree rambles on.
  • Toronto's huge literary jamboree is both aggressively international and fiercely Canadian At the International Festival of Authors
  • Well, President Bush will try again on Sunday to talk to the Boy Scouts that gathered in Virginia for their national jamboree.
  • Jambai has no intention of just sitting back after doing this noble deed.
  • The black truffle tarama and the jambon pata negra are also well worth putting in the takeaway bag. 10 of the best shops in Paris
  • There are quite a few charcuterie stands, too, selling jambons and saucissons in all shapes and flavors.
  • August 9, 2008 at 7:18 pm purrhaps we can danse teh mambo jambo for annipuss? Kitteh see - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Hili ni jambo linalotokea kimaumbile na wapenzi wa jinsia moja ni binadamu tu sawa na wengine. Letters: Gay rights in Africa
  • She pushed herself off the door jamb and ran her hands down her skirt to straighten it. Burning Bright
  • He is revealed standing motionless just outside the door, on the side by the doorjamb, a clean towel on his folded arm.
  • Dressed in something fabulously gauzy, a young ballerina demonstrated plies and tendues, frappes and grands battements, rond de jambes and fondues. Wishing For Limber Limbs
  • Although the remains of this style are for the most part plain and devoid of ornamental detail, we occasionally meet with mouldings of a semicylindrical or roll-like form, on the face or under the soffit of an arch, and these are sometimes continued down the sides of the jambs or piers. The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture, Elucidated by Question and Answer, 4th ed.
  • The sjambok is the Baas 'cure for the traitor, and sometimes it kills to cure. The Judgment House
  • He turned on the porch light, opened the door, leaned against the doorjamb, and lit a cigarette. SACRAMENT
  • Consisting of a scant 17 lines, only 3 of which contain more than 3 words, the poem displays her penchant for brevity and enjambment.
  • You can check when a vehicle was built on a label affixed to the driver-side doorjamb. News - chicagotribune.com
  • Both poems are written in free verse and make ready use of what is called enjambment, that is, the abrupt continuation of a sentence from one line into the next. Deconstructing Obama
  • The 26 acres bring in extra revenue by hosting large events such as Scout jamborees, caravan rallies and game fairs.
  • I stayed in the one house left standing, a guest house in a ghost town of cracked jambs and gaping doorways.
  • A Westminster jamboree that bans leather garments and miniskirts? Times, Sunday Times
  • The police used tear gas and sjamboks to break up the crowd.
  • If you are retrimming an existing door, pry off the existing casing carefully so you won't damage the wall or the doorjamb.
  • So the flaring grandeur gathers, and in one of the most illogical but nevertheless satisfying descriptions, he makes another parallel simile and with the stretching effect of an enjambment, reaches out to crush. God’s Grandeur « Unknowing
  • An international weapons jamboree at ExCeL, perhaps? Times, Sunday Times
  • After the run, back to home already exhausted. So, I bought myself these as my dinner:A big cup of nice and healthy "Banana Berries" Jamba Juice, and a piece of Cinnamon roll from Panera Bread.
  • The Quarter was about to curl up and take a catnap—except for Bourbon Street, party jamboree and flesh-fest central, twenty-four/seven, and as wide awake as a lap-dancing tweaker go-juiced to the eyebrows. Etched in Bone
  • To the right and left of the lintel, which rests upon the jambs, there are to be projections fashioned like projecting bases and jointed to a nicety with the cymatium itself. The Ten Books on Architecture
  • When the building was put up, the contractors made the doorjambs and the ceilings higher just for her arrival.
  • The door giving access to the inner part of the fortalice was opened during the 16th century and the door jamb features the coat of arms of the Republic and the date 1596, year of its restructuring.
  • This year's event featured all the old reliable favourites, including a dog show, showjumping contests, demonstrations and the various agricultural aspects that have become part and parcel of the annual jamboree.
  • If the door still does not seal tightly to all sides of the jamb you either installed the weatherstripping badly or the door is bent and in need of replacement.
  • Let your legs really stretch in the ronde de jambe. 'Idol' Struggles To Re-Create Its Winning Panel
  • Not a sandwich au jambon and a carafe of Perrier, Madame, but a proper five-course French Lunch.
  • Beginning with the "jamboree," which came off quite in accordance with Calderwell's prophecies, Arkwright spent the most of such time as was not given to his professional duties in deliberately cultivating the society of Bertram and his friends. Miss Billy -- Married
  • The only weapon he carried was his jambiya, the traditional Yemeni dagger that dangled from his waistband. The Reeducation of Abu Jandal
  • In 1920, at London Olympia, a Jamboree was held consisting of Scout troops from around the world.
  • Ho! It is so beautiful and cultural But I have never think to live there. jambon Largest Solar Powered Building in the World Unveiled in China
  • He next mounted the footboard, and, having peered in through the window of the sealed compartment, produced from his pocket a small insufflator or powder-blower, with which he blew a stream of impalpable smoke-like powder on to the edges of the middle window, bestowing the closest attention on the irregular dusty patches in which it settled, and even measuring one on the jamb of the window with a pocket-rule. John Thorndyke's Cases related by Christopher Jervis and edited by R. Austin Freeman
  • The princess slipped the jambiya into her sash, then took several moments to straighten her hair and collect herself. The Veiled Dragon
  • Not only has the show reached its 15th anniversary but tonight also brings the return of the annual jamboree Hollyoaks Later, during which Hollyoaks gets to pretend it is Skins: showing flesh, gleefully swearing and generally revelling in the bacchanalian Arcadia that is post-watershed E4. The post-watershed wonder of Hollyoaks Later is worth celebrating
  • Jambalaya is often made with ham, so the word "jambalaya" may be an amalgamation of the French words "jambon" and "a la," and an African word, "yaya," which means rice, reflective of both cultural influences from people in the Louisiana area. Archive 2006-02-01
  • The two men managed to run away and the strikers began sjambokking and hitting Grobbelaar with sticks.
  • Instead, I walked up the street to Le Pichet for their Oeufs plats, jambon et fromage which is -- as I've said before -- one of my favorite egg dishes in the city. EoMEoTE#7: No limerick, only eggs
  • Finally exhausted, she slumped to the ground in front of his door, her face resting on the doorjamb.
  • Correia fills the book withenough action for any red-blooded male, a variety ofbad mamba jambamonsters, and wonderful characters. John Brown – the author’s official site » 2009 » December
  • Salvaged doors and windows housed in new jambs set up contrasts between new and old.
  • Last week's annual jamboree of the rich, powerful and famous was a two-speed event. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a muscular pain related to “stiffness” after a repetition of physical efforts, so, you would feel “des courbatures” dans les jambes, les bras, le dos (in your legs, your arms your back) to be stiff courbature - French Word-A-Day
  • Behind him, the rest of his tribe, if that's who they were, nodded and smiled and murmured their response of "jambo. Freedoms Challenge
  • Based in Aarhus, hummel are one of Europe's leading sportswear brands but Romanov has been left far from satisfied with the product on offer to the Jambos and is set to take action over a number of issues surrounding the new kit which has been a record seller for Hearts. undefined
  • Isabelle leaned against the doorjamb, her expression dismal. Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series
  • DanMichael was given the privilege to guide me through tendues, fondues and ronds de jambes. Patrizia Chen: In His Shoes
  • Midway through he puts his head round the door jamb and calls to me. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mes jambes sont gonflées, mes pieds sont rouge plein d'ampoules, j'ai des bleu partout les cuisse les poignet les bras ... pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • The widths of original door and window jambs were calculated to fit the existing wall, and the addition of the new paneling makes the wall thicker by 1/4 ‘or more.’
  • Typically produced in a plant away from the construction site, precast concrete can be formed into virtually any shape to create structural elements or flat panels articulated with copings, returns, soffits, jambs, or sills.
  • She pushed herself off the door jamb and ran her hands down her skirt to straighten it. Burning Bright
  • Those expecting the eccentric enjambement and biting wordplay of this artist will be disappointed.
  • The first time I went to a salon de beaute 'for un'epilation, when the beautician asked which body parts I answered "demi-jambe et les airelles". arrosoir - French Word-A-Day
  • Sur ce j'suis rentré a 12h30, j'suis allé me coucher directement parce que j'voyais tout trouble et j'avais les jambes qui tremblaient. pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • Trim Tex shadow bead connects drywall with interior door and window jambs for a clean look, Reader says.
  • Learn about applying second primer coat to refinish a door jamb in this free house remodeling video from an expert finish carpenter and experienced home inspector.
  • a continuous stream of useless signals which "jamb" the intelligence of their opponents. Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War
  • He sees Strang, a compact man with deep-set eyes and a broad forehead, scratching his thick brown beard and leaning against a door jamb.
  • The little grammar-school boys, known by the name of Grimos, called those leg-grown slangams Jambus, in allusion to the French word jambe, which signifieth a leg. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • The lyrics seem to have been written first and then forcibly inserted into songs, resulting in some heavy enjambment.
  • Jambalaya is often made with ham, so the word "jambalaya" may be an amalgamation of the French words "jambon" and "a la," and an African word, "yaya," which means rice, reflective of both cultural influences from people in the Louisiana area. Archive 2006-02-01
  • The Julie/Julia Project was an entry-by-entry accounting of her offsetting her workaday life by cooking her way through Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume 1, which is comprised of 500+ often idiosyncratic recipes like poulet poele a l'estragon (page 249), veau sylvie (page 357), and jambon farci et braise (page 394). Elissa Altman: Julia, Julie, Judith, and Me
  • She narrowly escaped with her life last year when a female would-be assassin attempted to stab her with a traditional dagger known as a jambiya. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • Some poems play frequently enjambed lines against end-stopped stanzas; others build up successively stronger enjambments in order to emphasise one big stop.
  • Perhaps I have finally succumbed to the famous French malady known as ‘heavy legs’ or jambes lourdes which I hitherto assumed to be a fictitious complaint. sex
  • En me retournant j'me rend compte que plein d'monde s'est aglutiné derriere moi tellement ca prenait de temps alors j'fourre ma plaquette de ritaline dans la poche de jambe de mon treillis avec ma carte vitale et me précipite vers la sortie avec tous mes papiers dans mes mains. pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • They started sjambokking me and then the next thing, on the morning, round about six o'clock, the other group came in.
  • There's a large all-you-can-eat breakfast bar with fresh fruit for the slimmers and jambon de Bayonne for the bingers.
  • It is in typical ‘Kentian’ style, with the cornice supported on scrolled brackets flanking a frieze with swags and a central mask, the jambs being carved as female terms with classical drapery.
  • The beer festival was a huge open-air jamboree with music, stalls and everyone enjoying themselves.
  • And there are many poems that enjamb all over themselves, that I love. THE ANTHOLOGIST
  • Du coup ce matin en matant mes sublimes jambes ben j'ai apercu d'innombrables griffures ... pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • The label usually is on the edge of the door or doorjamb, in the glove box, or on the inside of the gas cap cover.
  • It is well known to Scout stamp collectors that the G.B. set of three stamps for the Jubilee Jamboree were overprinted for use in the territories of Bahrain, Muscat and Qatar. Less known is the fact that overprints were also prepared and sent to Kuwait.
  • Except when he's imitating children's taunts, the lines are uniformly stilted; they could be broken up with more telling enjambments.
  • Drill a hole and chisel a shallow mortise in that jamb for the strike plate.
  • Kasyapa Buddha (M. B., p. 97) with the following sentence: — “After his body was burnt, the bones still remained in their usual position, presenting the appearance of a perfect skeleton; and the whole of the inhabitants of Jambudvipa, assembling together, erected a dagoba over his relics one yojana in height!” A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms
  • I'll give you sjambok, my lady!" growls I, and lifted her bodily out of the swing, but even as I cast about for galloping room, she left off gnawing at me and panted: "Wait ... let me show you! THE NUMBERS
  • He was beaten by 16 youths carrying hammers, axes, sticks and sjamboks, and suffered severe head injuries.
  • The hip-crunching ronde de jambe is a work in progress. Globe and Mail
  • Nevertheless, she helped me duct-tape opaque plastic sheets over the room's windows, closet doorjambs, light fixtures, and electrical outlets.
  • I was at the charcuterie yesterday to buy a few slices of jambon de Bayonne, an air-dried cured ham from the French Basque country.
  • She was in the doorway of his bedroom, embracing the wooden jamb, hiding her breasts from view. Alba
  • In the decades that followed, it developed as a popular alternative to a highbrow arts festival: a jamboree of artistic experiment and innovation.
  • Sur ce j'suis rentré a 12h30, j'suis allé me coucher directement parce que j'voyais tout trouble et j'avais les jambes qui tremblaient. pinku-tk Diary Entry

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