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JRST

/jerst/ [based on the PDP-10 jump instruction, obsolete] To suddenly change subjects, with no intention of returning to the previous topic. Usage: rather rare except among PDP-10 diehards, and considered silly. See also AOS.
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So, Alan Chatham, of Mailbox, turned out to be a bit of a cradle snatcher having Jrst met her at the age of 14, or as he later claimed, 17, well very young anyway, while Gary Taylor, of Brindleyplace, recalled how the only publicity stunt he refused to do was pose in his Speedos on some desolate building site.
Swiss rider Catherine Burri, representing Team Europe, carried off Jrst prize in the Fegentri World Cup of Nations Amateur Riders' Handicap when scoring aboard 6-1 chance Master Mahogany, while Mick Channon's Orsippus (20-1) took the GG Club Maiden Auction Stakes.
The Jrst player to represent all three clubs in the Football League was George Frederick Wheldon, known as 'Diamond'.
He was the scorer of Blues' Jrst Football League goal in 1892.
"I had some Barrett and Pink Floyd records but not that Jrst one-it was a hole in my education and what Kate brought to it is a kind of real femininity, it's kind of from Emily's point of view 'cos it's kind of a mysognistic song - 'what the f*** is this guy talking about?', so now it became more playful and feminine because Kate and I are singing it and cousin Lily and Kate's sister Anna, so it sort of turned it on its ear."
"I think it happens naturally to songwriters; the Jrst record had a lot of the songs that were very, very wonderfully navel-gazing because I wrote them in my late teens and early 20s, there's a lot of things I was grappling with personally, a lot of insecurities, a lot of fears," she adds.
Sloop Johnb came close to breaking his maiden at the Jrst time of asking earlier this month and he can make a quick return to Redcar pay.