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cookie jar

(programming)
An area of memory set aside for storing cookies. Most commonly heard in the Atari ST community; many useful ST programs record their presence by storing a distinctive magic number in the jar. Programs can inquire after the presence or otherwise of other programs by searching the contents of the jar.

cookie jar

(security)
A cracker term for the password file of a multi-user computer.
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Cookie jars based on The Wizard of Oz, Sesame Street and the new Dreamworks movie Chicken Run will also be presented.
The assortment includes a sculptured cookie jar; Pooh and Piglet cookie jar; trivet; salt-and-pepper shakers; a four-piece canister set; vase; sculptured teapot; sculptured honey pot; pitcher with tool set; and Pooh Tree sculptured soap dispenser, Tea For One set, cookie jar, salt-and-pepper shakers, serving bowl and spoon rest.
I have a cookie jar that I bought six or seven years ago for $50.
A wonderful array of dishes (plain or patterned) and cookie jars, including some with holiday themes.
Treasure Craft will be offered under the Selandia name in the upstairs tabletop market, while Zak will introduce Treasure Craft cookie jars to the mass market under the Zak name.
A Goofy cookie jar joins Treasure Craft's Mickey Unlimited line.
The collection comes in 20- and five-piece sets, along with coordinating accessories, including votives and cookie jars.
We have now expanded to include espresso makers, coffee grinders, knives, barware, kitchenware, porcelain figurines, toys, Christmas ornaments, stuffed animals, teddy bears, cat cookie jars and even Sesame Street characters, and musical Peter Rabbit toys.
The likenesses of Tony the Tiger, Toucan Sam, and Snap, Crackle & Pop will appear on ceramic cookie jars and three-piece children's ceramic dinnerware sets that consist of a cup, bowl and plate.
50; cookie jars $10 (retail $29), and an electric stapler $4.
Common places where players have found their old tickets include: car consoles, cookie jars, sun visors, glove compartments, dresser drawers, wallets or purses, clothes pockets, refrigerator magnets, and jewelry boxes.
We just added melamine and three-dimensional items to our Coca-Cola license for products such as cookie jars and salt and pepper shakers," she added.