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  • n  a small roadside establishment in the southeastern United States where you can eat and drink and dance to music provided by a jukebox
  • n  (football) a deceptive move made by a football player

  • Mayer may never have seen the inside of a juke joint, but he knows that the blues are less about melanin than about truth and technique, which explains why Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy .
  • Is it a juke? A stiff arm?' Everyone knows how to make a throwing motion, but we all have our own unique way of throwing.
  • Motorists and bus passengers were marooned in stores, juke joints, crossroads hamlets all over the storm area.
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  • Steve Spurrier in SportingNews.com
    He didn't have to do much to score on that play,Spurrier said. "He didn't have to juke anybody. He didn't have to sidestep anybody. I don't think anyone even touched him."
  • Steve Kragthorpe in Hartford Courant
    People talk about yards after contact,first-year Louisville coach Steve Kragthorpe said. "With these guys, they ought to talk about yards after juke."
  • Jeff Francoeur in USA Today
    He had a great angle,Francoeur said. "He was right there in front. I slipped my hand in there. The throw definitely beat me. I made a little juke move with my hand."

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