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).
Slightly spooky, slightly spy-rock, it's a departure for these native New Jersians who usually play the punk .
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.
Importantly, savings of $5 a month or more, the monthly savings most New Jersians say would cause them to switch electric suppliers, are available from competitive suppliers.