Jack Frost


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Jack Frost

a personification of frost or winter

Jack Frost

personification of winter. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
See: Winter
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Jack Frost and his sprites at the Church Street Christmas tree lights switch-on, also belowPictures: RICHARD WILLIAMS and ANDREW TEEBAY, below
Additional highlights of this year's Jack Frost Bazaar include a traditional turkey luncheon served in the dining hall between 11:00 a.m.
Godolphin "bought into" Jack Frost - and, as Buick is now employed by the boys in blue, he was the natural replacement.
With large, heart-shaped silver leaves, Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' makes bold clumps that shine out from the shady places they like to grow.
The movie is loosely based on Jack Frost who is the movie's central character.
Superb animation means we find ourselves in a fabulous fantasy world as Santa – here known as North – teams up with the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman, Easter Bunny and Jack Frost to thwart the evil plans of Pitch Black.
Summary: Chris Pine who voices Jack Frost, and Isla Fisher who voices Tooth, both admitted they could easily relate to their characters in the film
Other festive favourites taking part in the parade will be snowmen, Jack Frost and stilt-walking Christmas trees.
In 1974, he formed Jack Frost & Co., the accounting firm later known as Moore Stephens Frost and now Frost PLLC, and was its managing partner until 1980.
STURBRIDGE - Acting as an enunciator of the chilly season's arrival, the monumental steely face of Jack Frost sways back and forth as it peers forebodingly at oncoming traffic overlooking Sturbridge's main street.
As you say the words JACK FROST, you turn the last card face up.
When the evil Jack Frost sneaks into Santa's grotto and steals all the children's Christmas toys for the festive season, Santa has to turn to some good friends for help in defeating Jack Frost.