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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An English and Welsh patronymic surname derived from the given name John
An addiction or intense craving

If you have a jones for one of these old tape-tanglers but lack the cash, space, and/or patience necessary to acquire, house and maintain one, consider M-Tron.

Have an intense craving

The rain tree at sunset was exquisite, but after a few minutes Pender found himself jonesing' for a football game.

Heroin

Which erodes quality of life faster... debilitating chronic pain or a little jones?.

{i} family name; John Paul Jones (1747-1792), United States Naval commander in the Revolutionary War
An English and Welsh patronymic surname derived from the given name Jon or John
Family of American jazz musicians, including Henry (born 1918), known as "Hank," a pianist best known as a member of the Columbia Broadcasting System house band (1959-1974); his brother Thaddeus Joseph (1923-1986), known as "Thad," a cornetist, fuglehorn player, and composer who wrote extensively for Count Basie's orchestra; and his brother Elvin Ray (born 1927), a drummer best known for his work with the John Coltrane Quartet (1960-1965). American animator and animation director who helped bring to life cartoon characters such as Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck for Warner Brothers. He won several Academy Awards for his cartoons. English architect who brought the Palladian classical style to England. He designed the Queen's House in Greenwich and the Banqueting Hall in Whitehall, London. American locomotive engineer who died trying to stop his train from crashing into another train. The song "The Ballad of Casey Jones," is about his death. Scottish-born American naval officer. In the American Revolution he raided the British coast and destroyed two warships (1779). See Imamu Amiri Baraka. Irish-born American labor leader and union organizer. She helped found (1905) the Industrial Workers of the World. American musician, composer, and record and television producer. Having spent the early part of his career as a member of several influential jazz bands, he is best known for his musical compositions for television and film. American golfer who won (1930) the Grand Slam of golf, the amateur and open championships in the United States and Great Britain. Everett LeRoi Jones David Robert Jones Burne Jones Sir Edward Coley Dow Jones average Jones Bill T. William Tass Jones Jones Bobby Jones Chuck Charles Martin Jones Jones Deacon David Jones Jones Alfred Ernest Jones George Glenn Jones Inigo Jones James Earl Jones Jennifer Jones Jim James Warren Jones Jones John Paul Jones Mary Harris Mother Jones Jones Quincy Jones Sir William Jones Spike Lindley Armstrong Jones Reginald Truscott Jones Tilden Samuel Jones Ruth Lee Jones Edith Newbold Jones
American naval commander in the American Revolution (1747-1792)
one of the first great English architects and a theater designer (1573-1652)
United States labor leader (born in Ireland) who helped to found the Industrial Workers of the World (1830-1930)
United States golfer (1902-1971)
English phonetician (1881-1967) one of the first great English architects and a theater designer (1573-1652) American naval commander in the American Revolution (1747-1792) United States golfer (1902-1971) United States railroad engineer who died trying to stop his train from crashing into another train; a friend wrote a famous ballad describing the incident (1864-1900) United States labor leader (born in Ireland) who helped to found the Industrial Workers of the World (1830-1930)
English phonetician (1881-1967)
United States railroad engineer who died trying to stop his train from crashing into another train; a friend wrote a famous ballad describing the incident (1864-1900)
{i} (Slang) extreme strong wish; extreme passion (as "having the jones for someone")
certain(a)
insolvable
jones' penstemon
low plant with light blue and violet flowers in short clusters near tips of stems; Nevada to Utah
John Paul Jones
{i} (1747-1792) United States Naval commander in the Revolutionary War; stage name of John Baldwin (born 1946), bassist and keyboard player for Led Zeppelin
John Paul Jones
He joined his brother in Virginia in 1775. When the American Revolution began, he joined the new Continental Navy under Esek Hopkins. In 1776 he sailed the Providence along the Atlantic coast, capturing eight British ships and sinking eight more. Appointed by Congress to the newly built Ranger, he made a spectacular cruise through St. George's Channel and the Irish Sea (1777-78), where he took a number of prizes. In 1779 he commanded the Bonhomme Richard and intercepted a merchant fleet. Though outgunned by an escort ship, the Serapis, he forced its surrender after a fierce battle, answering its challenge to surrender with "I have not yet begun to fight!" His ship sank soon after, and he sailed two British prizes to the Netherlands. In 1790 he retired, in ill health, to France
John Paul Jones
orig. John Paul born July 6, 1747, Kirkbean, Kirkcudbright, Scot. died July 18, 1792, Paris, France American naval hero. He went to sea at age 12 and became a ship's master at age
Davey Jones
Alternative spelling of Davy Jones
Davy Jones
The spirit of the sea
Davy Jones
The sea bed, bottom of the ocean

The pirates made him walk the plank, sent him down to Davy Jones.

Davy Jones' locker
Alternative spelling of Davy Jones's locker
Davy Jones's locker
The bottom of the ocean, especially as the grave for sailors. Also a common saying when something goes overboard and is lost

NOTE: Partridge erroneously refers to this as from the journal of Richard rather than Nicholas Cresswell.

Tom Jones
A desirable man of loose morals, prone to having sex with many women

You know he's not the king of Bedside Manor.He's not the Tom Jones who lives next door.

Davy Jones' locker
(deyim) Davy Jones’s Locker is an idiom for the bottom of the sea — the resting place of drowned sailors. It is used as a euphemism for death at sea (to be sent to Davy Jones' Locker). Davy Jones is a nickname for what would be the devil of the seas. The origins of the name are unclear, and many theories have been put forth, including incompetent sailors, a pub owner who kidnapped sailors, or that Davy Jones is another name for the devil – as in, “Devil Jonah”. This nautical superstition was popularized in the 1800s
Alfred Ernest Jones
born Jan. 1, 1879, Rhosfelyn, Glamorgan, Wales died Feb. 11, 1958, London, Eng. Welsh psychoanalyst. After he became a member of London's Royal College of Physicians, his interest gradually shifted to psychiatry. With Carl Gustav Jung he organized the first psychoanalytic conference (Salzburg, 1908), where he met Sigmund Freud. Jones was instrumental in introducing psychoanalysis to Britain and North America; in 1919 he founded the British Psycho-Analytical Institute, and in 1920 he founded the International Journal of Psycho-Analysis,which he edited until 1939. After the Nazi takeover of Austria, he helped the ailing Freud and his family to escape to London. His biography of Freud, entitled The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud (3 vol., 1953-57), was for many years the standard biography
Bill T. Jones
orig. William Tass Jones born Feb. 15, 1952, Bunnell, Fla., U.S. U.S. dancer and choreographer. He trained in dance and theatre at the State University of New York, Binghamton. In 1982, with his companion, Arnie Zane (1948 88), he cofounded the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co. All his performances have been in works he has choreographed alone or with a collaborator; they include Runner Dreams (1978) and Open Spaces (1980). His works often make explicit reference to social issues; his controversial Still/Here (1995) deals with the sufferings caused by HIV, with which Jones is infected and which was the cause of Zane's death
Bobby Jones
in full Robert Tyre Jones, Jr. born March 17, 1902, Atlanta, Ga., U.S. died Dec. 18, 1971, Atlanta U.S. golfer. Jones won 13 major championships between 1923 and 1930, a feat unequaled until 1973. In 1930 he became the first golfer to achieve the grand-slam of his time the British and U.S. Open and Amateur championships after which he retired from competitive golf at the age of 28, having never become a professional. Jones helped establish the Masters Tournament, one of the four major tournaments that make up the modern grand-slam of golf (the other three being the British Open, the U.S. Open, and the PGA Championship)
Bridget Jones
the main character in the popular novel Bridget Jones' Diary (1996) by British writer Helen Fielding, about an unmarried woman in her 30s and the problems she has in her busy life, such as trying to avoid smoking and eating too much
Bridget Jones's Diary
a novel by British writer Helen Fielding. The character Bridget Jones is a British woman in her 30s, who drinks wine, smokes a lot of cigarettes and writes about her troubles in her diary
Casey Jones
an American train driver and folk hero who saved the lives of passengers in a train crash, but was killed himself (1863-1900)
Catherine Zeta-Jones
{i} (born 1969) English born U.S. movie actress, won an Oscar as best supporting actress for her role in the 2002 movie "Chicago", wife of movie actor Michael Douglas
Chuck Jones
in full Charles Martin Jones born Sept. 21, 1912, Spokane, Wash., U.S. died Feb. 22, 2002, Corona del Mar, Calif. U.S. animator. He became a cartoonist for Warner Brothers (1933-62), where he helped develop characters such as Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, and Wile E. Coyote. Three of his cartoon films, noted for their speed and action, won Academy Awards. He was head of animation for MGM in the 1960s, then formed his own company and directed animated features such as The Phantom Tollbooth (1971) and specials for television. Jones received an Academy Award for lifetime achievement in 1996
Davey Jones' locker
{i} (Slang) bottom of ocean or sea
Davy Jones
{i} (born 1945 as David Jones) English actor and singer
Deacon Jones
orig. David Jones born Dec. 9, 1939, Eatonville, Fla., U.S. U.S. football player. He stood 6 ft 5 in. (1.96 m) tall and weighed 250 lbs (113 kg) and could run the 100-yard dash in 9.7 seconds. He excelled at tackling the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage (for which he coined the term sack). As a defensive end for the Los Angeles Rams (1961-71), he was regarded as one of the sport's premier defensemen and was named All-NFL six consecutive times (1965-70). He later played for the San Diego Chargers (1972-73) and Washington Redskins (1974)
Dow Jones
stock market index which measures stocks traded on the American stock market
Dow Jones Average
a daily list of prices of shares on the American stock exchange, based on the daily average prices of 30 industrial shares. Stock price average computed by Dow Jones & Co. Founded in 1882 by Charles H. Dow (1851-1902) and Edward D. Jones (1856-1920), Dow Jones & Co. commenced publication of the Wall Street Journal in 1889 and began computing a daily industrials average in 1897. Dow Jones publishes averages based on 20 transportation stocks, 15 utility stocks, and 30 selected industrial stocks, as well as a composite average of all three; the industrial-stocks average is universally followed by U.S. and international investors. The company also publishes several bond averages. See also NASDAQ; stock exchange
Dow Jones Averages
A trademark used for three indexes of the relative price of selected industrial, transportation, and utility stocks based on a formula developed and periodically revised by Dow Jones & Company, Inc
Dow Jones Index
a daily list of prices of shares on the American Stock Exchange, based on the daily average prices of 30 industrial shares the FTSE Index
Dow Jones average
weighted average of price of stocks that are being traded on the American stock exchange
Edith Newbold Jones
{i} birth name of Edith Wharton (1862-1937), American author who wrote "The Age of Innocence" and "Ethan Frome", Pulitzer Prize winner in 1920
Edward Burne-Jones
a British painter who was one of the Pre-Raphaelites (1833-98)
Ernest Jones
born Jan. 1, 1879, Rhosfelyn, Glamorgan, Wales died Feb. 11, 1958, London, Eng. Welsh psychoanalyst. After he became a member of London's Royal College of Physicians, his interest gradually shifted to psychiatry. With Carl Gustav Jung he organized the first psychoanalytic conference (Salzburg, 1908), where he met Sigmund Freud. Jones was instrumental in introducing psychoanalysis to Britain and North America; in 1919 he founded the British Psycho-Analytical Institute, and in 1920 he founded the International Journal of Psycho-Analysis,which he edited until 1939. After the Nazi takeover of Austria, he helped the ailing Freud and his family to escape to London. His biography of Freud, entitled The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud (3 vol., 1953-57), was for many years the standard biography
Everett LeRoi Jones
orig. (Everett) LeRoi Jones born Oct. 7, 1934, Newark, N.J., U.S. U.S. playwright, poet, and activist. After graduating from Howard University and serving in the U.S. Air Force, he joined the Beat movement and in 1961 published his first major poetry collection. His play Dutchman (1964), produced off-Broadway, explored the suppressed hostility of U.S. blacks toward the dominant white culture. After the assassination of Malcolm X in 1965, Baraka became involved in black nationalism and founded the Black Arts Repertory Theatre in Harlem. In 1974 he adopted a Marxist-Leninist philosophy. He was appointed Poet Laureate of New Jersey in 2002
George Glenn Jones
born Sept. 12, 1931, Saratoga, Texas, U.S. U.S. country music singer and songwriter. He was born to an impoverished family, which moved to Beaumont, Texas, when he was 11 years old. He sang on the streets as a youngster, and he began recording in the early 1950s. His first hit, "Why, Baby, Why" (1955), was followed by "She Thinks I Still Care," "He Stopped Loving Her Today," and many others. In 1957 he joined the Grand Ole Opry. He continued to have hits into the 1980s, including many with his former wife Tammy Wynette. His rocky personal life and career only increased his fans' enduring affection
George Jones
born Sept. 12, 1931, Saratoga, Texas, U.S. U.S. country music singer and songwriter. He was born to an impoverished family, which moved to Beaumont, Texas, when he was 11 years old. He sang on the streets as a youngster, and he began recording in the early 1950s. His first hit, "Why, Baby, Why" (1955), was followed by "She Thinks I Still Care," "He Stopped Loving Her Today," and many others. In 1957 he joined the Grand Ole Opry. He continued to have hits into the 1980s, including many with his former wife Tammy Wynette. His rocky personal life and career only increased his fans' enduring affection
Indiana Jones
a character played by Harrison Ford in a series of films by Steven Spielberg, including Raiders of the Lost Ark. Indiana Jones is an archaeologist who tries to find valuable ancient objects and has many exciting adventures
Indiana Jones
hero of the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" films (played by Harrison Ford)
Inigo Jones
an English architect who designed many important buildings, especially in London. He was the first person to introduce the Italian Palladian style of building into the UK. He also designed scenery for the theatre (1573-1652). born July 15, 1573, Smithfield, London, Eng. died June 21, 1652, London British painter, architect, and designer. The son of a clothworker, he studied painting in Italy and attracted the patronage of the king of Denmark, for whom he apparently designed two palaces before returning to England. Beginning in 1605, he designed the scenes and costumes for masques by Ben Jonson and others. From 1615 to 1642, he was the King's Surveyor of Works. His first important undertaking was the Queen's House at Greenwich (begun 1616), England's first Palladian-style building. His greatest achievement, the Banqueting House at Whitehall (1619-22), consists of one great raised chamber with colonnades set against the walls, which support a flat, beamed ceiling. For his design for Covent Garden (1630), London's first square, Jones is credited with the introduction of town planning in England
James Earl Jones
born Jan. 17, 1931, Arkabutla, Miss., U.S. U.S. actor. He studied acting in New York City and made his Broadway debut in 1957. He was praised for his performance in Othello (1964) and in roles with the New York Shakespeare Festival (1961-73). He starred as the black boxer in The Great White Hope (1969, Tony Award; film, 1970). After returning to Broadway in Paul Robeson (1978) and Fences (1985, Tony Award), he starred in the television series Paris (1979-80) and Gabriel's Fire (1990-91, Emmy Award). He has appeared in numerous films; his sonorous voice lent gravity to the character of Darth Vader in Star Wars (1977) and its sequels and to the Mufasa role in The Lion King (1994)
James Earl Jones
(born 1931) African American film and Shakespearean stage actor
Jennifer Jones
orig. Phyllis Isley born March 2, 1919, Tulsa, Okla., U.S. U.S. film actress. She played leads in minor films from 1939 before coming to the notice of David O. Selznick, who cast her in The Song of Bernadette (1943, Academy Award). Selznick continued to choose her roles, and she starred in such films as Love Letters (1945), Duel in the Sun (1946), and Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955). She married Selznick in 1949 and appeared in films into the 1960s
Jim Jones
Jonestown. orig. James Warren Jones born May 13, 1931, near Lynn, Ind., U.S. died Nov. 18, 1978, Jonestown, Guyana U.S. leader of a New Religous Movement. He became a preacher in Indianapolis. He established the People's Temple, which was affiliated with the Disciples of Christ and opposed racism and poverty. The group moved to San Francisco in 1971. Accused of defrauding church members, Jones led his group to Guyana in 1977 and set up the agricultural commune of Jonestown, using threats and force to control his followers. In 1978 U.S. Congressman Leo Ryan went to Jonestown to investigate allegations against Jones. Ryan and four others were killed when they reached the airport to return to the U.S. In the aftermath, most of the Jonestown residents, in a mass rite of murder-suicide, were shot or poisoned; Jones died of a gunshot wound. The death toll was 913, including many children
Jim Jones
(1931-1978) leader of the religious cult "The People's Temple" who led his followers to Guyana and orchestrated a mass suicide
Joneses
{i} neighbors, friends, one's social equals
Joneses
If you say that someone is keeping up with the Joneses, you mean that they are doing something in order to show that they have as much money as other people, rather than because they really want to do it. Many people were holding down three jobs just to keep up with the Joneses. keep up with the Joneses keep up(4)
Joneses
plural of Jones
Jr. Quincy Delight Jones
orig. Quincy Delight Jones, Jr. born March 14, 1933, Chicago, Ill., U.S. U.S. composer, bandleader, and producer. Jones joined a combo with his friend Ray Charles in his early teens, and he later studied music in Seattle and Boston. In the early 1950s he played trumpet with Lionel Hampton. He became an arranger for Dizzy Gillespie and others and ultimately formed his own big band and worked with figures such as Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan, and Dinah Washington. Starting in the early 1960s he wrote scores for dozens of films, including Walk Don't Run (1966), In Cold Blood (1967), and The Color Purple (1985). Beginning in the mid-1970s he principally worked as a producer; as founder of Qwest Productions he produced enormously successful albums for Mahalia Jackson, Frank Sinatra, and others. He founded the music magazine Vibe
Jr. Robert Tyre Jones
in full Robert Tyre Jones, Jr. born March 17, 1902, Atlanta, Ga., U.S. died Dec. 18, 1971, Atlanta U.S. golfer. Jones won 13 major championships between 1923 and 1930, a feat unequaled until 1973. In 1930 he became the first golfer to achieve the grand-slam of his time the British and U.S. Open and Amateur championships after which he retired from competitive golf at the age of 28, having never become a professional. Jones helped establish the Masters Tournament, one of the four major tournaments that make up the modern grand-slam of golf (the other three being the British Open, the U.S. Open, and the PGA Championship)
LeRoi Jones
orig. (Everett) LeRoi Jones born Oct. 7, 1934, Newark, N.J., U.S. U.S. playwright, poet, and activist. After graduating from Howard University and serving in the U.S. Air Force, he joined the Beat movement and in 1961 published his first major poetry collection. His play Dutchman (1964), produced off-Broadway, explored the suppressed hostility of U.S. blacks toward the dominant white culture. After the assassination of Malcolm X in 1965, Baraka became involved in black nationalism and founded the Black Arts Repertory Theatre in Harlem. In 1974 he adopted a Marxist-Leninist philosophy. He was appointed Poet Laureate of New Jersey in 2002
Mary Harris Jones
orig. Mary Harris known as Mother Jones born May 1, 1830, Cork, Ire. died Nov. 30, 1930, Silver Spring, Md., U.S. Irish-born U.S. labour organizer. She was brought to the U.S. as a child in 1835. In 1867 she lost her children and husband (an ironworker) in a yellow-fever epidemic in Memphis, Tenn.; four years later she lost all her possessions in the great Chicago fire. She turned for assistance to the Knights of Labor, which led to her becoming a highly visible figure in the U.S. labour movement. She traveled across the country, organizing for the United Mine Workers and supporting strikes wherever they were being held. At 93 she was still working among striking coal miners in West Virginia. She actively supported legislation to prohibit child labour. She was a founder of the Social Democratic Party (1898) and the Industrial Workers of the World (1905). Her autobiography was published in 1925. She died at the age of 100 and was buried in the Union Miners' Cemetery in Mount Olive, Ill
Paula Jones
{i} worker for the state of Arkansas (USA) who filed suit against U.S. President Bill Clinton on sexual harassment charges (this suit caused the eruption of the Monica Lewinsky scandal as well)
Quincy Jones
orig. Quincy Delight Jones, Jr. born March 14, 1933, Chicago, Ill., U.S. U.S. composer, bandleader, and producer. Jones joined a combo with his friend Ray Charles in his early teens, and he later studied music in Seattle and Boston. In the early 1950s he played trumpet with Lionel Hampton. He became an arranger for Dizzy Gillespie and others and ultimately formed his own big band and worked with figures such as Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan, and Dinah Washington. Starting in the early 1960s he wrote scores for dozens of films, including Walk Don't Run (1966), In Cold Blood (1967), and The Color Purple (1985). Beginning in the mid-1970s he principally worked as a producer; as founder of Qwest Productions he produced enormously successful albums for Mahalia Jackson, Frank Sinatra, and others. He founded the music magazine Vibe
Samuel Jones Tilden
born Feb. 9, 1814, New Lebanon, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 4, 1886, Greystone, N.Y. U.S. politician. He was a leader of New York's Democratic Party, and, as state party chairman (1865-75), he effected the overthrow of the Tammany Hall boss William Marcy Tweed. As governor (1875-76) he continued his reforms, exposing the Canal Ring, a group of politicians and contractors who had defrauded the state. In 1876 he was the Democratic nominee for president. The bitterly fought campaign ended in a popular-vote victory for Tilden, but Republicans contested the results in four states. To settle the controversy, Congress appointed the Electoral Commission, which decided in favour of the Republican candidate Rutherford B. Hayes (See also electoral college). Unwilling to cause further conflict, Tilden accepted the decision and returned to his prosperous law practice. On his death he left his large fortune to establish a free public library for New York City
Sir Edward Burne-Jones
born Aug. 28, 1833, Birmingham, Eng. died June 17, 1898, London British painter, illustrator, and designer. At Oxford he met his future collaborator, William Morris. In 1856 he became apprenticed to Dante Gabriel Rossetti. His paintings portray the romantic medieval imagery favoured by the Pre-Raphaelites, and he drew inspiration from the elongated, melancholy figures of Fra Filippo Lippi and Sandro Botticelli. He first achieved great success in 1877 with an exhibition of paintings including The Beguiling of Merlin (1873-77). He was a founding member of Morris & Co. (1861), notably as a designer of stained glass and tapestries, and he executed 87 designs for the Kelmscott Press edition of Geoffrey Chaucer (1896), considered one the world's finest printed books. His work had great influence on the French Symbolist movement, and his revival of the ideal of the artist-craftsman influenced the development of 20th-century industrial design
Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones
born Aug. 28, 1833, Birmingham, Eng. died June 17, 1898, London British painter, illustrator, and designer. At Oxford he met his future collaborator, William Morris. In 1856 he became apprenticed to Dante Gabriel Rossetti. His paintings portray the romantic medieval imagery favoured by the Pre-Raphaelites, and he drew inspiration from the elongated, melancholy figures of Fra Filippo Lippi and Sandro Botticelli. He first achieved great success in 1877 with an exhibition of paintings including The Beguiling of Merlin (1873-77). He was a founding member of Morris & Co. (1861), notably as a designer of stained glass and tapestries, and he executed 87 designs for the Kelmscott Press edition of Geoffrey Chaucer (1896), considered one the world's finest printed books. His work had great influence on the French Symbolist movement, and his revival of the ideal of the artist-craftsman influenced the development of 20th-century industrial design
Sir William Jones
born Sept. 28, 1746, London, Eng. died April 27, 1794, Calcutta British orientalist, linguist, and jurist. He completed an authoritative Grammar of the Persian Language in 1771. For financial reasons he then turned to the study and practice of law. His Moallakât, a translation of seven famous Arabic odes, was published in 1782, and the following year he was knighted and sailed for Calcutta (now Kolkata) as judge of the Supreme Court. He founded the Asiatic Society of Bengal to encourage Asian studies and published scholarly works on Hindu and Muslim law. His proposition (1786) that there was a common source for languages ranging from Celtic to Sanskrit led to recognition of the Indo-European language family
Sophie Rhys-Jones
the wife of Prince Edward. She met the prince in 1993 and they got married in 1999. After the marriage, she became the Countess of Wessex (1965-)
Spike Jones
orig. Lindley Armstrong Jones born Dec. 14, 1911, Long Beach, Calif., U.S. died May 1, 1965, Los Angeles, Calif. U.S. bandleader known for his novelty recordings. Jones played drums in radio bands in the late 1930s and soon became known for adding anarchically comical sounds such as car horns, cowbells, and anvils to his percussion. In 1942 he formed Spike Jones and His City Slickers, and the band soon had a hit recording with "Der Fuehrer's Face." Jones's comic hits continued into the 1950s, when he also had his own TV show. Later switching from comedy to Dixieland, the band continued to record into the 1960s
Tom Jones
a humorous novel by Henry Fielding about the travels, adventures, and sexual relationships of a young man, Tom Jones, whose behaviour is not always moral, but who is still likeable. It is one of the first modern English novels, and it influenced many later writers (1749)
Tommy Lee Jones
(born 1946) American film actor, winner of the 1993 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "The Fugitive
davy jones
The spirit of the sea; sea devil; a term used by sailors
davy jones
spirit of the sea (used by sailors); bottom of the sea
davy jones's locker
(Slang) bottom of ocean or sea
dow jones
an indicator of stock market prices; based on the share values of 30 blue-chip stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange; "the Dow Jones Industrial Average is the most widely cited indicator of how the stock market is doing
dow jones
A reputable financial information services company The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and the Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJTA) are two of several indexes monitored daily by the financial experts as overall indicators of stock market performance The Dow Jones Theory implies that a new market trend cannot be confirmed unless both indexes reach new highs or lows
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dow jones
The Dow Jones Industrial Average This is an index of the New York Stock Exchange and is a basket of thirty shares, chosen to represent the economy, that provides an indication of the general movement of prices in the market
dow jones
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) index, which reflects the movement of the world's first stock market It is composed of the 32 most traded stocks of the NYSE Currently there are three more Dow Jones Indexes The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) which is composed of 30 industrial stocks The Dow Jones Transport Average (DJTA) composed of 20 stocks belonging to the transport industry (by rail, land or air) and finally DJUA (Dow Jones Utility Average), which is composed of 15 stocks belonging to the electrical and gas sectors
dow jones industrial average
"The Dow," which tracks the movement of 30 of the largest blue-chip stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange, is the oldest and most widely quoted U S stock market index When the media report that "the market" is up or down by a significant number of points on a given day, they are referring only to the performance of the stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which includes such giants as IBM, Coca-Cola, Merck and American Express
dow jones industrial average
DJIA One of the oldest and most widely quoted market indicators The DJIA is made up of 30 blue chip stocks selected by the editors of the Wall Street Journal The DJIA is a price-weighted index That means that each stock's proportion in the index is determined by its price per share The higher the price, the more the stock contributes to the overall index
dow jones industrial average
Measure of the performance of the collection of 30 "blue-chip" stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), considered the leaders of the market
dow jones industrial average
The oldest of the stock indexes and possibly the most quoted The average was began in 1896 by Charles Dow, a founder of the Wall Street Journal The index is composed of 30 widely held New York Stock Exchange listed stocks which provide an indication to investors of how the stock market is doing General Electric is the only stock in the index that was in the original index
dow jones industrial average
A widely recognized stock-market index consisting of 30 of the largest New York Stock Exchange-listed stocks, as published by Dow Jones and Company
dow jones industrial average
This is the best known U S index of stocks It contains 30 stocks that trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) The Dow is a barometer of how shares of the largest U S companies are performing There are thousands of investment indexes around the world for stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities FOR MORE INFORMATION
dow jones industrial average
A widely quoted measure of stock market price movements of 30 large, seasoned industrial firms
dow jones industrial average
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a price weighted average of 30 blue-chip stocks that are generally the leaders in their industries and are listed on the New York Stock Exchange The Dow represents about 25% of the NYSE market capitalization and less than 2% of NYSE issues
dow jones industrial average
One of the most important and oldest stock market indicator representing an average of the stock prices of thirty top U S industrial corporations traded on the New York Stock Exchange
dow jones industrial average
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is an index to which the performance of individual stocks can be compared; it is a means of measuring the change in stock prices This index is a composite of 30 Blue Chip companies ranging from AT&T and Hewlett Packard to Kodak and Johnson & Johnson These 30 companies represent not just the United States; rather, they are companies involved with commerce on a global scale The DJIA is computed by adding the prices of these 30 stocks and dividing by an adjusted number which takes into account stock splits and other divisions that would interfere with the average Stocks represented on the Dow Jones Industrial Average make up between 15% and 20% of the market
dow jones industrial average
Perhaps the most well-known and often-quoted measure of stock market performance, the DJIA is an index comprised of 30 large industrial companies’ stocks As a limited indicator of the market as a whole, many professional analysts prefer the Standard & Poor's 500 or other, more diverse indexes for a broad measure of stock market performance Dow Jones also maintains widely followed indexes for transportation companies (consisting of 20 stocks) and utilities (consisting of 15 stocks)
dow jones industrial average
(DJIA) a price-weighted average composed of 30 of the largest U S industrial companies, published by Dow Jones & Company
dow jones industrial average
The oldest, best known, and most widely quoted stock market index The DJIA reflects a price-weighted average of 30 actively traded blue chip stocks These 30 securities represent between 15-20% of the market value of the New York Stock Exchange traded stocks
dow jones industrial average
This is the best known U S index of stocks It contains 30 stocks that trade on the New York Stock Exchange The Dow, as it is called, is a barometer of how shares of the largest U S companies are performing There are thousands of investment indexes around the world for stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities
dow jones industrial average
weighted average of the prices of 30 stocks issued by large industrial firms actively traded on the New York Stock Exchange
dow jones industrial average
The oldest, most popular, and most widely used indicator of the stock market's performance It consists of 30 blue chip industrial companies whose stocks trade on the New York Stock Exchange
dow jones industrial average
An unmanaged index which represents share prices of selected blue chip industrial corporations as well as public utility and transportation companies The DJIA indicates daily changes in the average price of stocks in any of its categories It also reports total sales for each group of industries Because it represents the top corporations of America, the DJIA's index movements are leading economic indicators for the stock market as a whole
dow jones industrial average
Often referred to as the Dow or DJIA, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is the best known and most widely reported indicator of the stock market's performance The Dow tracks the price changes of 30 large blue-chip stocks Their combined market value is equal to roughly 20% of the market value of all stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) That said, the Dow is frequently criticized for lacking the breadth of the S&P 500, which accounts for more than 80% of NYSE's market value It is also a price-weighted index, weighting higher priced stocks more than lower priced ones The S&P 500 is market-capitalization weighted index, weighting the total market value of each stock's shares Some financial analysts believe a market-cap weighted index paints a more accurate picture of the stock market BACK TO TOP
dow jones industrial average
An average of the stock prices of thirty top US industrial corporations The Dow is viewed as the lead stock market indicator and a measure of how comfortable people are with investing in the markets
dow jones industrial average
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is an index used to measure the performance of the U S financial markets Introduced on May 26, 1896 by Charles H Dow, it is the oldest stock price measure in continuous use Over the past century "the Dow" has become the most widely recognized stock market indication in the U S and probably in the entire world The 30 stocks included in today's Dow are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and are all large blue-chip companies that reflect the health of the U S economy
dow jones industrial average
Abbreviation: DJIA; Dow A market average of 30 widely held NYSE-listed stocks Average is not weighted for capitalisation of the stocks It is computed by taking the sum of the prices of the 30 stocks & dividing by an adjusted denominator As the denominator gets smaller, the volatility in the Dow increases The DJIA is the world's most widely followed & quoted stock market index
dow jones industrial average
An average made up of 30 blue chip stocks that trade daily on the New York Stock Exchange The DJIA is used as an overall indicator of market performance although criticism is periodically raised over how it is calculated, as well as the fact that so few companies are included so that it may not be a truly representative indicator of market activity
dow jones industrial average
The average cost of 30 of the largest NYSE-listed stocks It's the most widely quoted indicator of the market's movement, but because it's so narrow (there are about 3000 stocks on the New York Stock Exchange), it doesn't truly portray broad market action
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jones

    الواصلة

    Jones

    التركية النطق

    cōnz

    النطق

    /ˈʤōnz/ /ˈʤoʊnz/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'jOnz ] (noun.) 1965. Ed Boland, in The New York Times, March 2002, attributes the term to heroin addicts who frequented Great Jones Alley in New York City, off Great Jones Street|Great Jones Street]] between Broadway and Lafayette Street,Boland Jr. , Ed. , The New York Times|The New York Times]], March 17, 2002. Accessed October 8, 2007, “The slang term jones, meaning an addiction to drugs, is said to have originated among addicts who lived in Great Jones Alley, off Great Jones Street, between Broadway and Lafayette Street.” although the slang term has obviously been around much longer. Dan Waldorf explains that the noun use originated from heroin users.Cocaine Changes, Dan Waldorf, 1992, p. 301

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