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Synonyms for crackerjack

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

a person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field

Synonyms for crackerjack

someone excellent of their kind

something excellent of its kind

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On television, Devon-born Stewart was best known for children's favourite Crackerjack.
Ed went on to host Top Of The Pops and Crackerjack.
8220;They focus on what they do best and call upon Crackerjack as a trusted partner to handle important but smaller components of the overall marketing.
Botti said: "The plan is to freshen up Crackerjack King.
And, passing through briefly, Crackerjack saw early performances from the likes of Tom Jones, The Bee Gees and The Who.
The former has been placed in a bumper and although he has run poorly this season he has been working well at home but I'm not sure he'll be able to give weight to Crackerjack Lad.
But not just any old pencil - oh no - this was a Crackerjack pencil.
But if you're going to take that route, crackerjack character delineation is vital -- as is a plot that constantly keeps audiences guessing until the end.
LOCAL jockey Philip Robinson had gone a year without a success on Newmarket's July course at the start of racing, but ended his drought in crackerjack style.
This is a crackerjack of a story with fast-moving action.
Back in 1976, when I was a crackerjack reporter for the Woodlawn High School Calumet, I interviewed the Baltimore County school district's superintendent, Joshua Wheeler.
Intriguingly, Crackerjack reveals itself to be even more perverse than his documentary Tackle Happy (2000), which documented two 'puppeteers of the penis' manipulating their personal hand puppets into an assortment of sizes and shapes.
In smaller films John Turturro turned in a brilliant performance as a chess virtuoso in an adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov's The Luzhin Defence, Bill Pullman proved to be a quirky but crackerjack crime solver in Jake Kasdan's Zero Effect, and Sean Gullette explored the borderland between genius and insanity in Darren Aronofsky's dark sci-fi thriller Pi.
She also made her office a haimish oasis, where visitors high and low, old left and new, received the same dose of warmth and humor, the occasional well-deserved scolding and all the benefits of a crackerjack mind when it came to the issue closest to her heart--civil liberties.
The Crackerjack Kid' is the latest work of Penny Taylor Decker and provides the reader with an insight into the psyche of a young soldier who, after coming home from the Vietnam war, couldn't let the experience go.