Jacket is described as the outer covering over the inner metal core of a bullet.

Ref: 120569/2006-09-19

A jacket is a lightweight, thigh- or waist-length coat that may be worn by adults or children. Some jackets are fashionable, while others serve as protective clothing.

Jacket also refers to the outer, protective covering of the cable, which is also called the cable sheath.

Ref: 86240/2006-09-13

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Kokori (Kokori is a Maori term for leatherjacket fish)
Book jacketing machine (Book jacketing machine is described as a machine ...)
Dust jacket (Dust jacket also known as a dustwrapper is ...)

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