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jock

1. n. an athlete. (see also strap, jockstrap. Now of either sex.) The jocks are all at practice now.
2. n. an athletic supporter (garment). Somebody dropped a jock in the hall.

rock-jock

n. a mountain or rock climber. The sides of every mountain are covered with rock-jocks.

veejay

and VJ and video jock
n. a video jockey; a host on a television program that features music videos. (see also disk jockey.) Sally tried out for the veejay job, but she looked too old and stuffy for that kind of work.

video jock

verb
See veejay
See also: jock, video
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For more information, visit The UPLB Jocks on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or contact 0915-624-4712.
On the other hand, jocks were more ego-oriented and defined sport success by comparing their own performance to that of others.
Girls tend to identify more with the populars crowd, and less with the jocks or headbangers, than do boys.
They went on four out and hard as Moral Support tried, he was never going to peg back the two and a half length winner, despite Jocks Cross bursting a blood vessel in the battle.
Crowley, who joined Williams 18 months ago, described Jocks Cross as "unbelievably tough".
And the jocks themselves have an interesting new position, because they're also online and talking to fans in the chat rooms, and on video feeds as well.
Nonetheless, the transfer of power from jocks to program directors sparked some resistance, and in 1959 several DJs formed the National Disc Jockey Association to advance their interests and protect their privileges.
Assume that a UNIX jock makes seven on-site customer demonstrations within a 1000 mile radius each month with a static.
But, as Rice learned, being a gay high school student infatuated with jocks has a definite downside.
Cops 'N Jocks is a community policing program designed to bring interaction between high school athletes and law enforcement.
It's also jock talk, a catchphrase of high school wrestling, the team sport that has Provenzano's teenage boys watching their weight like fashion models.
Cadets will pair up with police officers for a series of fictitious scenarios at the old Oxnard High School campus to test the skills they have learned, said Rich Randolph, director and founder of Cops 'n' Jocks.
Jocks have been trying to get into the movies for decades; as far back as 1924, Babe Ruth played himself in the silent ``Heading Home.
Cops 'n' Jocks, a nationwide program that seeks to nurture trust between teen-age athletes and police, is undergoing a crisis of confidence as organizers question the support they are receiving from the Santa Paula Police Department.
Since then, Sharp and other Ventura County officers have been countering those high school chills with a program called Cops 'n' Jocks, building trust between teen-age athletes and police by bringing them together on a level playing field.