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  • n  a jar for holding jellies or preserves

  • Each cracking sound reminded me of taking the lid off a jamjar, while the process as a whole was like splitting open a wooden packing case, plank by plank.
  • It turned out that 1) women were stretching them to seal preserves because there were no jamjar tops, 2) office workers used them as glue spreaders, and 3) "private manufacturers .
  • Jean Kerr, author of many successful novels and plays, says that she reads every soup-can and jamjar label in her kitchen before settling down to her typewriter.

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