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jock

(1)
A programmer who is characterised by large and somewhat brute-force programs.

jock

(2)
When modified by another noun, describes a specialist in some particular computing area. The compounds "compiler jock" and "systems jock" seem to be the best-established examples.

jock

A slang term for a fighter pilot. The term is possibly derived from “jockey” or “jockstraps,” since those who wear the latter are usually athletic, manly, and rugged.
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Shock jocks, by the way they discuss topics, would have high chances of being fired because of the controversy they often generate.
On the other hand, jocks were more ego-oriented and defined sport success by comparing their own performance to that of others.
While director and cowriter Marco Kreuzpaintner breaks no new ground here--viewers might find themselves reminded of Christina Ricci's sneering comments regarding movies about 'that summer that changed everything" in The Opposite of Sex--Summer Storm boasts energetic young actors, beautiful locations and cinematography, and an interesting mix of queer characters, from campy queens to tattooed jocks. Like Beautiful Thing Edge of Seventeen, Nico and Dani, Cote d'Azur, and many of its other antecedents, Summer Storm will give older gay men a wistful glance of what might have been while providing younger guys a title to rent on the sly from the video store down the street when they're feeling brave enough to confront the truth about themselves.
The groups examined in the study were "populars," noted for their premier status in adolescent hierarchy at school; "jocks," who claim status and identity through athletics; "headbangers," who have a reputation for substance use and going against convention; and "averages," which is a default description as well as a distinct crowd.
While New Jack Jocks has no index, the multicultural themes of the book are found throughout and would make the work an effective tool in African American history.
Defending champion Edmond was the first of those to cry enough as Tony Dobbin made his bid for glory on Moral Support, but Brian Crowley was just about to spoil the party on Jocks Cross.
Crowley, who joined Williams 18 months ago, described Jocks Cross as "unbelievably tough".
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.
But, as Rice learned, being a gay high school student infatuated with jocks has a definite downside.