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jar

(jar),
1. To jolt or shake.
2. A jolting or shaking.

1 jar

(jar) [Fr. jarre, ult fr Arabic jarrah, earthen water vessel]
A dome-topped container made of glass, plastic, or other sturdy material, used as a protective cover or as a pressurized container when the opening is properly sealed. It is usually taller than it is wide and may be cylindrical, square, or another shape.

bell jar

A glass vessel with an opening at only one end.

2 jar

(jar) [Imitative]
To move suddenly, as in a jolt or shock.

heel jar

The production of pain by having the patient stand on tiptoes and suddenly bring the heels to the floor. This physical finding may be suggestive of spinal disease, pelvic inflammatory disease in women, or kidney stones, among other ailments.

jar

(jahr)
1. To jolt or shake.
2. A jolting or shaking.
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"The $18,000 price tag is so jarringly different from the 'under $6,000' quote that a grave injustice is perpetrated upon the students when it is literally too late to withdraw from the program and meaningfully pursue other alternatives," he continued.
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The event was tastefully stimulating for those involved (if sometimes jarringly unpleasant), and certainly provocative intellectually.
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Then the party resumed, until the girl jarringly upended the punch table.
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Once disguised, drug proceeds and other ill-gotten gains are shipped abroad to exchange brokers and banks -- or invested in Puerto Rico, whose sparkling shopping malls, rampant construction, and wealth of luxury cars contrast jarringly with an official per capita income that's half that of the poorest U.S.
In the context of our more-or-less egalitarian democracy, the Mahzor's metaphors for God can seem jarringly hierarchical.
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Yet this jarringly anachronistic and arguably exploitative image is, in its way, highly effective, for not only does it provoke an immediate response, but it is also a faithful signifier of what is to come and, in a way, what has gone before.