Jacketing

Definitions

  • "His left hand gripped the collar of my jacket."
    "His left hand gripped the collar of my jacket."
  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Jacketing The material of a jacket; as, nonconducting jacketing .
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Additional illustrations & photos:

"'Take off your jacket,' Mr. Parsons said." "'Take off your jacket,' Mr. Parsons said."
THE NANKEEN JACKET THE NANKEEN JACKET
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: A seven year old boy was the first person to survive the Horeshoe Falls (Niagara Falls) in just a life jacket
    • n jacketing The material, as cloth, felt, etc., from which a jacket is made.
    • n jacketing A jacket; a cover or protection to an inanimate object, as the felt covering of a steam-pipe.
    • n jacketing A thrashing.
    • jacketing Surrounding or protecting as a jacket: in physical, said of a layer of insulating material surrounding a calorimeter or other chamber to prevent the inflow or egress of heat.
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Quotations

  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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    “A torn jacket is soon mended; but hard words bruise the heart of a child.”

Usage

In literature:

Instantly Fairburn threw off his jacket, and plunged overboard, while I cast a rope towards him.
"Mark Seaworth" by William H.G. Kingston
In such a case plaster jackets and steel bands are of little use, and often very painful.
"Papers on Health" by John Kirk
I knew him by his pea-jacket and straw hat to be one of our men, and I was delighted to see him.
"Peter Simple" by Frederick Marryat
With a word of good-bye to Greys, I shoved aside my work, caught up a heavy jacket and cap and left the office.
"Tarrano the Conqueror" by Raymond King Cummings
After having had about three hours' work, the men began pretty generally to make towards their respective boats for their jackets and socks.
"The Lighthouse" by R.M. Ballantyne
Stephens slipped off his Norfolk jacket and threw it over her shoulders.
"A Desert Drama Being The Tragedy Of The "Korosko"" by A. Conan Doyle
We will go back and fetch up the marines and blue-jackets.
"At Aboukir and Acre" by George Alfred Henty
American blue-jackets have never been impressed by force.
"The Naval History of the United States" by Willis J. Abbot
The First Gray Jacket returns.
"Four Years in Rebel Capitals" by T. C. DeLeon
She settled Ward's cap and jacket more securely in the clutch of her arms.
"Joan of Arc of the North Woods" by Holman Day
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In poetry:

Vich he vas a British Sailor,
For to judge him by his look:
Tarry jacket, canvass trowsies,
Ha-la Mr. T. P. Cooke.
"The Ballad Of Eliza Davis" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Spread on the roadway,
With open-blown jackets,
Like black, soaring pinions,
They swoop down the hillside,
The Cyclists.
"The Cyclists" by Amy Lowell
"And p'rhaps the green jacket, at odds though they back it,
May fall, or there's no knowing what may turn up;
The mare is quite ready, sit still and ride steady,
Keep cool; and I think you may just win the Cup."
"How We Beat The Favourite" by Adam Lindsay Gordon
Behold in his best, shooting-jacket, before thee,
An eloquent 'Squire, who most humbly beseeches,
Great Queen of the Mark-lane (if the thing doesn't bore thee),
Thou'lt read o'er the last of his — never-last speeches.
"Ode to the Goddess Ceres" by Thomas Moore
You are standing—maybe—and seeing the sickle moon
Move in a small arc over the forests
And bivouac fire, red in the black valley.
You are lying—maybe—in a straw field and sleeping
And dew falls cold on your forehead and battle jacket.
"Thinking Of A Friend At Night" by Hermann Hesse
Bring me the livery of no other man.
I am my own to robe me at my pleasure.
Accepted rules to me disclose no treasure:
What is the chief who shall my garments plan?
No garb conventional but I 'll attack it.
(Come, why not don my spangled jacket?)
"The Bohemian" by Paul Laurence Dunbar

In news:

The Porterdale Police Department's K-9 cop is looking to get fitted for a new bulletproof jacket this fall.
I was surrounded by business suits and sport jackets.
Nan Kempner photographed in a YSL jacket by Bryan Adams in 2005.
Hadley carries the ball during a Yellow Jackets game.
The Eagles advanced to the regional semi-finals in the OHSAA playoffs after their 28-11 victory over the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets Nov 2.
Barea wears a V-neck Armani t-shirt, belt by Gucci and an Elevee jacket.
Pumpkin Jacket Posted Wednesday, October 17, at 8:54 PM.
Jackets fans convoy to Crandall .
Okay Jackets fans, the last game of the regular 13 AAA District play has come down to a showdown in Crandall this Friday, Nov 5.
NEW YORK (AP) — A New York man whose wallet disappeared from his jacket pocket has gotten it back — 40 years later.
Cropped Sweater/Jacket from Enchantments Boutique in Katonah.
Civil Defense riders don their leather jackets and riding caps in Milwaukee, 1943.
INTERVIEWS Watch the Killers' 'Runaways' Video, Starring Brandon Flowers' Leather Jacket.
Celebs' Families Dressed Up For the Holidays: Leather Jacket.
The jeans, jackets, and strapless dresses you need now.
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In science:

The jackets (further studied in [35, 41]) are ribbon graphs, completely classified by their genus gJ .
A generalization of the Virasoro algebra to arbitrary dimensions
The degree ω(G ) of a graph is the sum of genera of its jackets, ω(G ) = PJ gJ .
A generalization of the Virasoro algebra to arbitrary dimensions
If the degree vanishes (i.e. al l jackets of G are planar) then G is dual to a D-sphere.
A generalization of the Virasoro algebra to arbitrary dimensions
Every jacket J bD (ρ) is obtained as subgraph of exactly D distinct jackets J (corresponding to inserting the color D anywhere in the cycle associated to J bD (ρ) ).
A generalization of the Virasoro algebra to arbitrary dimensions
It is evident that J and G have the same connectivity. A given jacket is independent of the overall orientation of the cycle, meaning that the jackets are in one-to-two correspondence with (D + 1)-cycles.
Universality for Random Tensors
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