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Jones

(jōnz),
Ernest, British psychiatrist, 1879-1958. See: Ross-Jones test.

Jones

(jōnz),
Henry Bence. See: Bence Jones.

Jones

(jōnz),
T. Duckett, U.S. cardiologist, 1899-1954. See: Jones criteria.

jones

(jōnz) Slang
n.
1. Heroin.
2. An addiction or craving.
intr.v. jonesed, jonesing, joneses
To have an eager or intense desire: was jonesing for caffeine.
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Due to Raja's aggressive manner and the way he spoke to Jones, the latter thought his life was in danger and pulled out his gun.
The 200-plus Joneses set off from the Menai Suspension Bridge to compete in the event, sponsored by Jones Crisps and which also included the Ynys MOn 10k run and one-mile RibRide Dragon's Dash children's race.
Milo Yiannopoulos, a Breitbart News technology editor who led the social media hate mob targeting Jones, was permanently barred from the social networking site.
Dailey joined Jones Companies in 1991 as vice president of sales and marketing as the first non-Jones family member to represent the organization.
Lisa Jones, Neil Jones, Edward Jones and Arwel Jones at the Wales Millennium Centre in 2006
In Europe, the Dow Jones Islamic Market Europe Titans 25 Index, which measures the performance of the 25 the leading Shari'ah-compliant stocks in Europe, advanced 10.92 per cent in 2012; the Dow Jones Europe Titans 80 Index, which measures the performance of 80 blue-chip stocks traded in the developed markets of Europe, increased 12.28 per cent.
Jones was a Mason and belonged to the Mad River Valley Lodge, #77 in Waitsfield, VT.
The equity loan is then repaid when the home is sold, but if purchasers wish to redeem the loan before that, they can pay Jones Homes' share, either in its entirety or in four installments 12 months after completion.
Other Markets and Asset ClassesThe Dow Jones Islamic Market BRIC Equal Weighted Index increased 12.77%.
The Dow Jones GCC indexes that were launched include companies from all six member states of the GCC.
Precht said the sale included the furnishings and funeral equipment housed at the Jones and Jones building at 21 S.
And indeed, to this day the name Jones - alongside Smith -remains one of the most common surnames in England and Wales.