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Jacques Etienne Montgolfier
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Jacques Etienne Montgolfier: (1745-1799) French aeronautic inventor who (together with his brother Joseph Michel) invented the first practical hot-air balloon
Jacques Marquette
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Jacques Marquette: (1637-1675) French Jesuit priest and missionary who explored North America
Jacques Offenbach
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Jacques Offenbach: (1819-1880, birth name: Jakob Eberst) French cellist and composer of operettas and the opera "Tales of Hoffman"
Jacques Yves Cousteau
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Jacques Yves Cousteau: (1910-1997) French underwater explorer and filmmaker author, co-inventor of the Aqualung (form of scuba equipment)
Jactancy
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Jactancy: A boasting a bragging. [Obs.]
Jactation
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Jactation: A throwing or tossing of the body a shaking or agitation. Sir. W. Temple.
Jactitation
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Jactitation: (Law) Vain boasting or assertions repeated to the prejudice of anothers right false claim. Mozley & W. (Med.) A frequent tossing or moving of the body restle
Jaculable
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Jaculable: Fit for throwing. [Obs.]
Jaculate
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Jaculate: To throw or cast, as a dart to throw out to emit.
Jaculation
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Jaculation: The act of tossing, throwing, or hurling, as spears. Hurled to and fro with jaculation dire. Milton.
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