jibe


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jeer

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jeer

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to be compatible or in correspondence

Synonyms for jibe

an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect

shift from one side of the ship to the other

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Sarhangi said, Already disrupting the position of traditional infrastructure vendors, the efficiency, flexibility and scalability of Jibe's cloud, RCS Hub, and IP communications client are enabling carriers to quickly launch rich communication services over LTE and WiFi, as well as extend carriers' reach globally through Jibe's public and private cloud.
And now, after a jibe aimed at her on Twitter, she's again stuck up for the town and admitted she hated doing the show in the first place.
The Ghajini girl took an indirect jibe at the size zero fad made famous by Kareena, saying she believed in performance, not weight.
The City boss, a striking great with United in his playing days, taunted his old club with the favourite jibe of Blues' fans - that they're not from Manchester but Salford.
I think it's probably better to start with a jibe. The slowest part of doing a circle is bearing off after a tack.
Our staff and students have a very profitable relationship with your profession and it is always insulting to be the object of such jibes. Lay off
However last Friday (August 27), he ended his column with a sarcastic comment to the effect that you would not believe that the Merseyside Police traffic department had almost halved in size, when one daily sees Starsky and Hutch-style chases through the city a jibe which, I feel, misses the opportunity to raise an important point.
The jibe at the Valleys boy came at a US concert where Hump alleged Jones stuffed hankies down his pants.
Obviously, such a statistic isn't measurable; it's certainly debatable, and it doesn't jibe with conventional wisdom that new hires are on "probation" for 90 days to prove their worth.
An example of how your vacation can jibe with ecotourism: Stay at a "tree-house resort." These huts are built high in the trees.
"The parts I've seen of the video just don't jibe with what they're claiming they are," he said.
But how does all of this jibe with that safety tattoo?
Although the findings didn't exactly jibe with his first-hand knowledge, he was so eager to improve this part of his district that he immediately began revamping some policies.
But, out of left field came Jibe Inc., a Tampa, Florida-based company that offers a solution that can speed the process up by 30 times.
Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops said that sometimes the "legal parameters don't necessarily jibe with the realities of being human, alive.