An outer garment extending either to the waist or the hips, typically having sleeves and a fastening down the front
An outer covering, esp. one placed around a tank or pipe to insulate it
A metal casing for a bullet
The skin of a potato
potatoes cooked in their jackets
The dust jacket of a book
A record sleeve
A steel frame fixed to the seabed, forming the support structure of an oil production platform
a short coat
provide with a thermally non-conducting cover; "The tubing needs to be jacketed"
an outer wrapping or casing; "phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets"
put a jacket on; "The men were jacketed"
crown: (dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth; "tomorrow my dentist will fit me for a crown"
the outer skin of a potato
A jacket is a type of sleeved hip- or waist-length garment for the upper body. For clothing older than the mid-nineteenth century, a distinction is often maintained with a coat, but in many instances the terms are now interchangeable. ...
Jacket is an on-line literary periodical edited by the Australian poet John Tranter. The first issue was in October 1997.
Jacket is a numerical computing platform enabling GPU acceleration of MATLAB-based codes. Developed by AccelerEyes, Jacket allows GPU-based matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, and interfacing with programs written in other languages, including C, C ...
The Jacket is a 2005 psychological thriller film directed by John Maybury that is partly based on the Jack London novel of the same name, released in the US as The Star Rover. ...
"The Jacket" is the third episode of the second season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld and the show's eighth episode overall. In the episode, protagonist Jerry Seinfeld (Jerry Seinfeld) buys an expensive suede jacket and has dinner with the father of his ex-girlfriend Elaine Benes. ...
A piece of clothing worn on the upper body outside a shirt or blouse, often waist length to thigh length; A piece of a person suit, beside trousers and, sometimes, waistcoat ; coat (US); A removable or replaceable protective or insulating cover for an object (eg a book, hot water tank. ...
(Jackets) the droogs wore waist length black jackets without lapels and pumped up shoulders. Pg. 2
(Jackets) u2014 Generally made from leather, ballistic nylon, cordura, kevlar or other synthetics. Most jackets include special padding on elbows, spine and shoulders. ...
The paper cover sometimes called the "dust cover" of a hardbound book.
The cover of an insurance policy; it usually contains the name of the insurer, its address, etc.
Crown for a front tooth, usually made of porcelain
The enclosure on a water heater, furnace, or boiler.
A removable paper cover for protecting the binding of a book, usually bearing the title, author's name, imprint, and an illustration; also called a "dust jacket". Also, the cover of a paperbound book, usually bearing an illustration. ...
The tough outer covering on the cable. Cables installed inside buildings must meet fire codes by using special jacketing materials.
too often too large or small - for use in fending off the dark coldness of the void.
a wood or fiber cover placed around such containers as cans or bottles.
The printed paper outer cover which wraps round a case bound book in order to protect it and to act as point of sale display.
The envelope enclosing the core of a bullet.
A material covering over a wire insulation or an assembly of components, usually an extruded plastic or elastomer.