jak : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n immense East Indian fruit resembling breadfruit; it contains an edible pulp and nutritious seeds that are commonly roasted
- Efraim Zuroff in Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Given these circumstances,Zuroff wrote, "we find the participation of Estonian Defense Minister Jak Aaviksoo and MP Trivimi Velliste in these events incomprehensible and worthy of condemnation."
- Anil Kumble in Hindu
JAK was and is a talented cricketer and he was one of those unfortunate players who never got a chance at the highest level,Kumble said while inaugurating the academy.
- Dennis Kucinich in BBC News
Earlier this year, Congressman Dennis Kucinich wrote to President George Bush: "It's hard to believe that P-Jak is operating successfully from Iraq without US knowledge, support and co-ordination."