jab with

jab someone with something

to poke or stick someone with something. He jabbed Henry with the rake handle on purpose. The mugger jabbed the victim with a knife.
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In addition to BDTCP's capital investment, BDT & Company LLC served as a financial co-advisor to JAB with Citigroup Global Markets Inc Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP acting as legal advisor to JAB in this transaction.
There will be a mixture of seasonal and H1N1 flu vaccine available - where there is no seasonal flu vaccine available you will get your jab with the H1N1 Pandemrix vaccine.
FOR: Alison's son Max had the jab with no problem; AGAINST: Ann's daughter Rachel had a terrible reaction
And with the formerly unbeaten Gonzalez right where he wanted him, De La Hoya followed the jab with dozens of unanswered punches - mostly left hooks - and expertly avoided taking shots to win a lopsided decision and retain his title before 11,417 spectators at Thomas & Mack Center.
BDT Capital Partners LLC, the Chicago-based merchant bank that provided JAB with financial advice, was also involved in the deal as a minority investor.
So supermarkets are stepping in to offer the injection for pounds 15 or less - so you could combine a flu jab with your weekly shop.