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jack post

[′jak ‚pōst]
(mining engineering)
Timber used where a coal seam is separated by a rock band and one bench is loaded out before the other.

jack post

A post comprising two telescoping sections, so that it is adjustable in height; used to support a floor beam.
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Jack posted the fastest two laps of the race but was unable to catch the leader, finishing second in both the race and the championship, just four points behind the overall winner.
Brother Jack posted 2.15 for the TT in the U12s, rode a valiant race to get 15th in stage two and held on to 24th place in the finale - giving him 20th overall in the GC.
JACK posted this comment on TS5 regarding plans for Acklam Grange School "Great news that the school are to get new facilities, but will this mean the old school will be pulled down or will parts of it just be left abandoned for years and left to be an eyesore?
Hannah Stanley (27.9) also registered a new best to win the B 200 as well as securing the A long jump (4.55), and Gracie Jack posted an A shot (7.73) and discus (18.95 pb) double as well as winning the B 75 metres hurdles (14.3).
HAVING just missed out on a place in the St Leger final, the Derek Kehoe-trained Charity Jack posted a new track record when the Red Mills/ Thurles Co-Op Tipperary Cup got under way at Thurles on Saturday night.
It seeps through dirt floors, solid floors, gaps in suspended floors, gaps around service pipes, cracks in concrete walls, sumps, joints, basement drains, under the furnace base and jack posts if the base is submerged in the floor.
"Congratulations to my girl for winning choice dancer," Jack posted to his account.
Jack posted a picture of the fire scene on Instagram yesterday and said: "Closed until further notice.
Myisha Jack posted: "What a shame, all she wants is her son.
One staff member said: "Cath is never off Twitter but after Jack posted the snap of her car in the disabled bay she stayed surprisingly quiet - possibly seething, we are told.