jelly

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v jelly make into jelly "jellify a liquid"
    • n jelly a preserve made of the jelled juice of fruit
    • n jelly an edible jelly (sweet or pungent) made with gelatin and used as a dessert or salad base or a coating for foods
    • n jelly any substance having the consistency of jelly or gelatin
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The two factories of the Jelly Belly Candy Company produces approximately 100,000 pounds of jelly beans a day. this amounts to about 1,250,000 jelly beans an hour
    • jelly Anything brought to a gelatinous condition; a viscous, translucent substance in a condition between liquid and solid; a stiffened solution of gelatin, gum, or the like.
    • jelly The juice of fruits or meats boiled with sugar to an elastic consistence; as, currant jelly; calf's-foot jelly.
    • v. i Jelly To become jelly; to come to the state or consistency of jelly.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Each Jelly Belly jelly belly bean has 4 calories
    • n jelly A viscous or glutinous substance obtained by solution of gelatinous matter, animal or vegetable; hence, any substance of semisolid consistence.
    • n jelly The thickened juice of fruit, or any gelatinous substance, prepared for food: as, currant or guava jelly; calf's-foot jelly; meat jelly.
    • n jelly A mixture of gelatin and glycerin, used as a medium for mounting microscopic objects.
    • jelly Excellent of its kind; worthy.
    • n jelly A jellyfish, as Aurelia or Cyanea.
    • jelly To make a jelly of; reduce to the consistence of jelly.
    • jelly To solidify or congeal; become a jelly.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: 96% of people put the peanut butter on first when making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich
    • n Jelly jel′i anything gelatinous: the juice of fruit boiled with sugar
    • v.i Jelly to become gelatinous
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Quotations

  • Ronald Reagan
    Ronald%20Reagan
    “You can tell a lot about a fellow's character by his way of eating jelly beans.”
  • Persian Proverb
    Persian Proverb
    “When the tide of misfortune moves over you, even jelly will break your teeth”
  • Virginia Woolf
    Virginia%20Woolf
    “One has to secrete a jelly in which to slip quotations down people's throats --and one always secretes too much jelly.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Formerly gelly, gely, F. gelée, jelly, frost, fr. geler, to freeze. L. gelare,; akin to gelu, frost. See Gelid

Usage

In literature:

He was small and lean and of a nervous nature, so he quivered like a jelly in his wife's tremendous grip.
"The Opal Serpent" by Fergus Hume
I might make a jelly-roll, while I'm about it, for there's some of Marthy's own currant jelly that she sent me last fall.
"Hildegarde's Holiday" by Laura E. Richards
You'd better set that jelly in the out-pantry to cool, Hannah; it looks good.
"Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1901" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
The manuscripts came back, and Sara made more jelly and wrote more stories.
"Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1904" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
They served jellied soups from their counter.
"Working With the Working Woman" by Cornelia Stratton Parker
Mother had been sick, and was very late about making jelly.
"Aunt Madge's Story" by Sophie May
Serve with good brown gravy and currant jelly.
"A Poetical Cook-Book" by Maria J. Moss
She came back presently with a dainty jelly and some home-made biscuits.
"Girls of the Forest" by L. T. Meade
When used by themselves a fine jelly is made which is far superior to currant jelly.
"The Khaki Kook Book" by Mary Kennedy Core
A northern name for the stinging jelly-fish.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
Let the glasses be filled with the water; pour out the water and turn in the jelly.
"American Cookery" by Various
Let stand until egg white is of jelly-like consistency.
"The Starvation Treatment of Diabetes" by Lewis Webb Hill
A frog may deposit them in a mass of jelly and leave them forever.
"The Meaning of Evolution" by Samuel Christian Schmucker
If the jelly is home-made the recipe for making a "quart of jelly" will be followed.
"Nelson's Home Comforts" by Mary Hooper
The two cakes may be spread separately with jelly, then rolled up like jelly rolls.
"Desserts and Salads" by Gesine Lemcke
Jams and fruit jellies can be preserved fresh and good for years in the same way.
"The Book of Pears and Plums" by Edward Bartrum
I suppose if the truth was known, Jamie beats yir ma every night of her life to a black-and-blue jelly!
"The Rosie World" by Parker Fillmore
The first make a bright-red jelly, and the latter an almost white jelly.
"The Apple" by Various
The butler and his attendant are politely requesting the backs of all the heads to try a little jelly, or cream, or so on.
"Portia" by Duchess
There was something about a pot of soap-jelly.
"The Water Eater" by Win Marks
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In poetry:

While serving lads ran to and fro,
Pouring the ruby wine,
And jellies trembled on the board,
And towering pasties fine,—­
"Winstanley" by Jean Ingelow
They turned it on its warty back,
From off its bloated belly;
It legs jerked out, then dangled slack;
It quivered like a jelly.
"The Smoking Frog" by Robert W Service
At last the point was thus decided:
As his opinion was divided
'Twixt pie and jelly, being loth
Either to leave, he took them both.
"Greedy Richard" by Ann Taylor
"DON'T KILL 'EM BOTH' — did you hear that Bill! "
Said the little man —all of a jelly —
You'll soon be an angel —and so shall I —
As sure as my name's not Kelly!
"The Travellers aka Twas a Dark and Stormy Night! (with knobs on)" by T W Connor
One! Two! Three! Give me air! Oh! My God!
One! Two! Three! I am drowning in slime!
One! Two! Three! And his corpse, like a clod,
Beats me into a jelly! The chime,
One! Two! Three! And his dead legs keep time.
Air! Give me air! Air! My God!
"After Hearing A Waltz" by Amy Lowell
The jelly-- the Jam and the marmalade,
And the cherry and quince "preserves'' she made!
And the sweet-sour pickles of peach and pear,
With cinnamon in 'em, and all things rare--!
And the more we ate was the more to spare,
Out to Old Aunt Mary's!
"Old Aunt Mary's" by James Whitcomb Riley

In news:

Prickly pear harvest yields jelly and candy.
Portland school sees racism in peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Unwrapped jelly beans, into the trash you go.
A 25-year-old accountant has found Kate Middleton's face in a jelly bean.
A frozen but still beautiful jelly fungus, probably the one called witches' butter.
A green tomato is old enough for picking if the interior is yellowish and the pulp is jelly-like.
On about day 2.5, nurses quit giving larval workers 100% royal-jelly food and give them a mixture of jelly, pollen, and honey instead.
Still, that will mean a special setting to introduce new stars (deep-sea jellies and sandbar sharks) and returning favorites (sea turtles and sunfish).
Sandhill Plums are a Jelly Favorite.
Sandhill Plums are a Jelly Favorite.
LIFE DEALT Lynette and Kristen Cederquist some lemons, but instead of making lemonade, the mother-and-daughter duo made Meyer lemon marmalade as well as a whole line of jams and jellies.
Smartphones could soon start carrying a whiff of cherry, licorice, and cheescake, as Jelly Belly introduces smartphone cases that give off the scents of their jelly beans.
The filled, rolled cake used to make a yule log is very similar to a jelly roll, except that it is rolled from the long end to make a more narrow, longer roll.
The Colorado Cottage Foods Act, which needs only the governor's signature to become law, will allow people to sell baked goods, jams and jellies and such out of their home kitchens directly to consumers.
Galaxy S III for AT&T gets Jelly Bean update, Verizon owners wait.
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In science:

While graphs that are optimal for the degreediameter problem are not (known to be) provably optimal for our bandwidth optimization problem, these results strongly suggest that Jellyfish’s random topology leaves little room for improvement, even with very carefullyoptimized topologies.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
We compare Jellyfish with SWDC using the same degree-6 topologies described in the SWDC paper.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
This figure also shows that constructing Jellyfish from scratch, or using incremental growth yields topologies with very similar path length characteristics.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
Jellyfish’s throughput is ∼119% of that of the closest competitor, the ring-based small world topology.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
The average path length (Fig. 5) in Jellyfish is much smaller than in the fat-tree8 .
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
Note that the results in Fig. 5 use 48-port switches throughout, meaning that the only point of direct, fair comparison with a fat-tree is at the largest scale, where Jellyfish still compares favorably against a fat-tree built using 48-port switches and 27,648 servers.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
In contrast, Jellyfish permits any number of racks to be networked efficiently.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
Incremental Expandability: Jellyfish’s construction makes it amenable to incremental expansion by adding either servers and/or network capacity (if not fullbisection bandwidth already), with increments as small as one rack or one switch.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
Jellyfish obtains substantially higher bisection bandwidth than LEGUP at each stage.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
In fact, by stage 2, Jellyfish has achieved higher bisection bandwidth than LEGUP in stage 8, meaning (based on each stage’s cost) that Jellyfish builds an equivalent network at cost 60% lower than LEGUP.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
A minority of these savings is explained by the fact that Jellyfish is more bandwidth-efficient than Clos networks, as exhibited by our earlier comparison with fattrees.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
Evaluation methodology: We use the simulator developed by the MPTCP authors for both Jellyfish and fattree.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
Summary of results: Table 1 shows the average per server throughput as a percentage of the servers’ NIC rate for two sample Jellyfish and fat-tree topologies under different routing and load balancing schemes.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
We make two observations: (1) ECMP performs poorly for Jellyfish, not providing enough path diversity.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
Thus we need to make use of k-shortest paths. (2) Once we use k-shortest paths, each congestion control protocol works as least as well for Jellyfish as for the fat-tree.
Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly
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