Definitions for "Jumbo "
Keywords:  wingback, linemen, tight, hij, vwyz
an offensive package which includes two tight ends, a full back and a half back. Similar to heavy jumbo, in which either the half back or the fullback is replaced by another tight end. Often one or more of the "tight ends" is actually a linebacker (The New England Patriots use Mike Vrabel this way - he has 6 career regular season TDs) or offensive linemen. In these cases, the player must report in as an eligible receiver, whereas a tight end is assumed to be one.
an offensive formation which includes two tight ends, one on either side, plus a full back and running back in an i formation. Sometimes one of the tight ends is shifted next to the other as a wingback, with a blocking back also lined up to that side -- this is referred to as a heavy jumbo. Often the "tight ends" and/or "wingbacks" are actually offensive linemen (who have to report themselves to the referee before the play to be considered eligible receivers).
an offensive formation which includes two tight ends, one on either side, plus a full back and running back in an i formation. Sometimes one of the tight ends is shifted next to the other as a wingback, with a blocking back also lined up to that side -- this is referred to as a heavy jumbo ABC - DE - FG - HIJ - KLM - NOP - QR - - - VWYZ ARENA FOOTBALL: History Winners Glossary
Keywords:  fnma, statutory, freddie, mac, hecht
A fixed rate loan product that provides financing for those borrowers who are purchasing or refinancing properties that require larger loan amounts than FNMA (Fannie Mae) or FHLMC (Freddie Mac) will allow.
A loan that exceeds the statutory size limit eligible for purchase or securitization by federal agencies other than FHA and VA.
Loan A loan that is larger than the limits set by the FNMA and the FHA Mortgage Corporation. Because these loans cannot be funded by these two agencies, they usually carry a higher interest rate.
Jumbo (1861 - September 15, 1885) was an African elephant, born in 1861 in the French Sudan from where he was imported to France and kept in the old Zoo Jardin des Plantes close to the railway station Gare d'Austerlitz in Paris. In 1865 he was transferred to the London Zoo, where he became famous for giving rides to visitors. The London zoo-keepers gave Jumbo his name; it is likely an afflicted version of one of two Swahili words: jambo, which means "hello," or jumbe, which means "chief." yoda, ya-ya-ya-ya yoda.
Chiefly on American schooners, a fore staysail or triangular sail set on the fore stay; the largest of the headsails
Keywords:  listenin, sittin, quart, tigers, porch
Quart of beer you drink while sittin' on da porch and listenin' to da Tigers.
Jumbo is a supermarket chain in the Netherlands. It is part of the Van Eerd Group. Van Eerd was originally a grocery wholesale company, established in 1921.
The Maryland Match Co. answer to 40-stick size, offered in chrome white and three other colors.
A puzzle with a bigger grid and many more clues than usual, often published on special occasions such as Christmas or Easter. A common size for a jumbo blocked grid is 27x27 and this would typically have 70 to 80 clues. Here is an example Jumbo.
Very large.
A term descriptive of anything which is unusually large. The cooler for the cinder notch of a blast furnace.
Stamps which have extraordinarly large margins between the image and the perforations are called jumbos.
Keywords:  beaucoup, album, fish, appears
Jumbo appears on the album Beaucoup Fish.
Keywords:  bulky, shrimp, huge, jet, mass
of great mass; huge and bulky; "a jumbo jet"; "jumbo shrimp"
Keywords:  monterrey, mexico, band, rock, name
Jumbo is the name of a Rock band from Monterrey, Mexico.
Jumbo is a compiler for a version of Java with support for staging. It allows easy manipulation of pieces of code, including combining them and writing them as classes at run-time. Run-time code generation enables optimizations based on values known only at run time. Jumbo gives the programmer more control of optimization than partial evaluation systems, at the cost of less automation.