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Crazytown was populated by jackasses, and media hounds, and some normal citizens as baffled as I was about how we got trapped inside the city walls.
Then the boys over Jackass way and by the Crossing ought to see it for themselves.
THE RULES OF THE GAMESTEWART EDWARD WHITE
To liken any one to a Jackass is to use very strong language.
Jackass Gulch had once been a rich and thriving surface-mining camp.
These small craft used to be called ‘Jackass’ frigates, but the ‘Dido’ showed that she was not a ‘Jackass’ at all events.
DICK CHEVELEYW. H. G. KINGSTON
He's always primping with a pocket looking-glass, From the top to the bottom he's a bold Jackass.
But, let the impregnable Jackass think—what would become of the noble rhythm and the majestic roll of sound?
THE DELICIOUS VICEYOUNG E. ALLISON
The Jackass, which is the third, obtained its English name from its brayings at night.
Twelve days subsequently I rode a day and a half to Jackass Meadow.
CAMP AND TRAILSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
So he left the Boy in his den, and off he went after the Jackass.
THE TALKING THRUSHWILLIAM CROOKE

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