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We had the car jacked up and the old tire off the rim and the new one half on when—bang!
The observation end of his car was jacked up and the car-repairers were slipping a new pair of wheels underneath it.
THE MODERN RAILROADEDWARD HUNGERFORD
Not but what I'd had a lot to bear, and took a deal of punishment before he jacked up.
ROBBERY UNDER ARMSTHOMAS ALEXANDER BROWNE, AKA ROLF BOLDREWOOD
While one jacked up the car, another worked to get off the damaged shoe and inner tube.
THE ROVER BOYS ON A TOURARTHUR M. WINFIELD
The car was jacked up on a horse-block, while one wheel lay near the road.
THE STOLEN SINGERMARTHA IDELL FLETCHER BELLINGER
He jacked in a cartridge, laid the rifle on the bunk between himself and the wall, and lay down again.
But when he gives bad advice that would lead people into trouble, I think he ought to be jacked up.
GOLDEN LADSARTHUR GLEASON AND HELEN HAYES GLEASON
Uncle Tom jacked it up a foot, put in a good floor, and made it into a first-rate camp.
JIM SPURLING, FISHERMANALBERT WALTER TOLMAN
He, too, put on a jumper, and in a few minutes the boys had the back axle of the touring car jacked up.
THE ROVER BOYS IN BUSINESSARTHUR M. WINFIELD
These foremen were jacked up if they used poor judgment in accumulating supplies and had too much on hand when the next move came.

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