a device for lifting heavy objects, especially one for raising the axle of a motor vehicle off the ground so that a wheel can be changed or the underside inspected.
Finally, lower the jack so the wheel is back down on the road.
a playing card bearing a representation of a soldier, page, or knave, normally ranking next below a queen.
Notice also that it is not legal for East to put the jacks in the front hand, because it would then not be possible to make a middle hand that was better and a back hand that was better still from the remaining ten cards.
a socket with two or more pairs of terminals, designed to receive a jack plug.
The right side is home to an earphone jack , power socket and, under a cover, a USB 2.0 port.
a game played by tossing and catching small round pebbles or star-shaped pieces of metal or plastic.
In Korea, young girls play a game of jacks , tossing small stones onto the ground, throwing a ball up in the air, and and trying to pick the stones up before catching the ball.
in lawn bowling, the small ball at which the players aim.
Lawn bowling required four bowls for each player and a jack for a goal.