Jersian

Jersian

a crossbreed produced by a Jersey bull on a Friesian cow. Called also F-J hybrid.
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Unlike the New Jersian, the Franciscan gentleman did not once utter a word or make a gesture that was overtly racist.
Gyda chostau bwyd anifeiliaid yn codi, y nod yw newid yn raddol i wartheg Jersian, sy'n wartheg llai, ac yn rhatach i'w cadw.
Volume 2 in the series contains the two earliest plays, New Jersian William Dunlap's The Voice of Nature ( 1803) and the English playwright William Dimond's The Aethiop (1813).
These two facts are clear," he said, "more job-creating incentive programs are a proven success for New Jersians and New Jersey business, and Amazon just flat out works and makes sense in New Jersey.
Christie received a 69 percent disapproval rating from New Jersians and scored only a 25 percent approval rating.
Slightly spooky, slightly spy-rock, it's a departure for these native New Jersians who usually play the punk .
Remember the Halloween snowstorm a few years ago that wiped out power to hundreds of thousands of our fellow New Jersians for weeks?
IOION's tourmaline charged silicone timepieces are often seen on the wrists of actors, music-industry leaders and reality stars, and now South Park has featured several of the IOION Classics coloring the GTLed arms of the animated Jersians.
This year, when Gary's Wine & Marketplace offered a special on Jersey Gold beer, the store put up a banner that said, "Brewed in Jersey for New Jersians.