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Synonyms for jampot

a jar for holding jellies or preserves


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MP Mr O'Brien has taken up the club's plight over the Jampot.
The reunion kicks off next Saturday night, November 20 at the 'Jampot' where there will be a buffet and disco.
The subject of the harem attracted the infamous Marquis de Sade like a fly to a jampot. The 'divine Marquis', as he was known, had elevated illicit sex - albeit imaginative - to the realms of divinity.
Higgins fell in love with snooker as a 10-year-old, potting balls in the Jampot snooker club in Belfast.
The Inchinor filly carried the colours of the Jampot Partnership, who were also successful with Night Flyer at Epsom on Wednesday night, and she absolutely bolted up under 7lb-claiming apprentice Jonjo Fowle.
It was at the Jampot club near his humble home aged 11 where Higgins first displayed his first flicker of genius that would transform him into a household name and make him his fortune.
The incident happened in Spring Hill, close to Arley Working Men's Club, known as The Jampot, at 6am.
When asked as to the identity of the members of owners The Jampot Partnership, Hills declined to shed too much light on the protagonists but said: "This horse was third on the snow in the Grand Prix de St Moritz.
Anyone who attended Herbert Fowler High School in Ansley Lane, between 1968 and 1972 is being invited to attend the event on Friday, March 7, at the Arley Working Men's Social Club and Institute, known locally as the Jampot, in Gun Hill, Arley, with a 7.30pm start.
AYOUR husband is clearly insecure and frightened that if you go out dressed to thrill men will surround you like wasps around a sticky jampot. Reassure him that you love him, if you do, and that you have no intention of leaving him, if you haven't.
Unfortunately, while cash-strapped Alex will be glad of the fresh adulation, he won't make a penny from the videos, which include touching interviews with his devoted sisters and excerpts detailing how he started out playing for money at Belfast snooker club The Jampot.
The 37-year-old's class currently consists of him and 20 women at the Jampot Club, in Arley.
Belfast-born Higgins started his career just down the road at The Jampot and went on to win the World Championship in 1972 and then again 10 years later.
Why she can't be content with knitting jampot covers is beyond me.