Jack and Jill - Übersetzung nach deutsch

Jack and Jill - Übersetzung nach deutsch

Jack & Jill; Jack and jill; Jack and Jill (nursery rhyme); Jack&Jill; Jack and Jill (song); Jack & Jill(film); Jack & Jill (film); Jack And Jill; Jack and Jill (film); Jack and Gill
  • Musical setting by Charles Burney (1777)
  • From ''Mother Goose's Melody'' (1791 edition)
  • The plaque erected in 2000 at [[Kilmersdon]] to commemorate the village's association with the rhyme

Jack and Jill         
Hans und Gretel (einfacher Mann und einfache Frau)
Jack Nicklaus         
  • Nicklaus walks up to his ball on the 9th hole of the par-3 course at Augusta National Golf Club during the 2006 par-3 contest.
  • Congressional Gold Medal
Jack William Nicklaus; Nicklaus; Jack nickalus; The golden bear; Nicklaus Golf Equipment; The Golden Bear; Golden Bear golfer
n. Jack Nicklaus (1940 geboren), bekannter amerikanischer Golfspieler
Jack London         
  • [[Bookplate]] used by Jack London
  • Bessie Maddern London and daughters, Joan and Becky
  • London ''(right)'' at the [[Bohemian Grove]] with his friends [[Porter Garnett]] and [[George Sterling]]; a painting parodies his story ''[[The White Silence]]''
  • London's 1903 story "The Shadow and the Flash" was reprinted in the June 1948 issue of ''[[Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]''
  • ''The Scarlet Plague'' was reprinted in the February 1949 issue of ''[[Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]''
  • Heinold's First and Last Chance, "Jack London's Rendezvous"
  • London writing, 1905
  • London in his office, 1916
  • Jack London lake
  • Jack London studying at Heinold's First and Last Chance in 1886
  • London at the age of nine with his dog Rollo, 1885
  • Jack with daughters Becky (left) and Joan (right)
  • Jack London (date unknown)
  • Grave of Jack and Charmian London
  • Jeffries (left) vs. Johnson, 1910
  • Jack and Charmian London (c. 1915) at [[Waikiki]]
  • Carmel]], California
  • Miners and prospectors ascend the Chilkoot Trail during the [[Klondike Gold Rush]]
  • London in 1914
  • The ''Snark'' in Australia, 1921
  • First edition (1902)
John Griffith Chaney; John Griffith London; Jack london; Love of Life (story); Jack London's; Jack london biography; “To the Man on Trail”; Blaine Winchester; Útek zo zlatej krajiny; London, Jack; London, Jack, 1876-1916; Koolau the Leper; The Strength of the Strong; War of the Classes; Flush of Gold
n. Jack London (US-Autor)


·noun ·see Jack-with-a-lantern, under 2d Jack.


Jack and Jill

"Jack and Jill" (sometimes "Jack and Gill", particularly in earlier versions) is a traditional English nursery rhyme. The Roud Folk Song Index classifies the commonest tune and its variations as number 10266, although it has been set to several others. The original rhyme dates back to the 18th century and different numbers of verses were later added, each with variations in the wording. Throughout the 19th century new versions of the story were written featuring different incidents. A number of theories continue to be advanced to explain the rhyme’s historical origin.

Aussprachebeispiele für Jack and Jill
1. - Jack and Jill... - Jack and Jill...
The Kings Speech (2010)
2. of Jack and Jill Politics.
How to Be Black _ Baratunde Thurston _ Talks at Google
3. PATTON OSWALT: "Jack and Jill," that would be the one.
Silver Screen Fiend _ Patton Oswalt _ Talks at Google
4. I co-founded this blog, Jack and Jill Politics.
How to Be Black _ Baratunde Thurston _ Talks at Google
5. Cheryl Contee, she is the co-founder with me of Jack and Jill Politics.
How to Be Black _ Baratunde Thurston _ Talks at Google
Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Jack and Jill
1. That it would somehow all be OK if only we called each Jack and Jill instead of "honourable members", stopped referring to visitors as "strangers" and spent more money on a visitors‘ centre.
2. Prominent African Americans settled east of Rock Creek Park off 16th Street in an area dubbed the "Gold Coast." Their social life was rooted in membership in traditional black organizations such as Jack and Jill, sororities and fraternities, and such prestigious private clubs as Boulé (the fraternity Sigma Pi Phi), which has boasted among its members founder W.E.B.
3. And in Bristol, Jack and Jill were found guilty of filling a pail of water from a hosepipe in contravention of a local drought order.‘ Mrs Hughes is planning a National Academy which will train something called a ‘parenting workforce‘. God help us.
4. Mothers and fathers are singing pop songs to their children instead of nursery rhymes Out of nursery rhymes that respondents did know, the most popular were Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, Ring–a–Ring O‘Roses, Baa, Baa Black Sheep and Hickory, Dickory Dock.
5. Georgetown University professor Christopher Chambers, another Obama supporter, thought, "This is a disaster." Commenting on the blog Jack and Jill Politics, which says it offers "the black bourgeois perspective on American politics," Chambers assessed Obama‘s chances of beating Clinton in two words: "Game over." As Peter Allison, another Obama supporter, sat transfixed in the glow of his television, watching Wright at the press club, he said he felt like a man witnessing a train wreck.