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Definition funny of Ajar:
Partially open, neither shut nor wide open.
They left the door ajar.
when something is really funny and you can't stop laughing.
"remember when so-and-so did such-and such? THAT was a jar!
AJAR is name for TTPCom's Application Platform for mobile (cellular) devices. It provides a user interface tool for handset developers, but also provides most of the applications needed to run a handset, including programs for spell checking, WAP browsing and camera/video applications.
You will find handsets using AJAR starting to come out at the end of 2006 and beyond.
Code name for taking off a day of work or "working from home" in order to have intimate relations with a same sex partner at home.
Songs about Ajar:
Car Door Ajar Beep by Sound Effects from the Album 99 Sound Fx 5
220 The Gate Ajar by Lana Kim from the Album All Christian Hymns - Vol. 6
Ajar by Esbjorn Svensson Trio from the Album E.S.T Leucocyte
Ajar by Misery Loves Company from the Album Ajar
Ajar by Endeavor from the Album Constructive Semantics
Ajar by Maurice Krijtenberg from the Album Ajar
Ajar by Irene Nonis from the Album Talkabout
Books about Ajar:
THE SOUL AJAR, A Love Story by Kiana Davenport (Oct 15, 2014)
A Door Ajar: Contemporary Writers and Emily Dickinson by Thomas Gardner (Aug 17, 2006)
Ajar by Marianna Boncek (Oct 14, 2014)
The Door Ajar by Joan Overfield (Aug 15, 2014)
The Gates Ajar (Classic Reprint) by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (Aug 11, 2012)
Ajar Soul - Novelette by Dannis (Jul 23, 2009)
The Opium War, 1840-1842: Barbarians in the Celestial Empire in the Early Part of the Nineteenth Century and the... by Peter Ward Fay (Jan 1, 1975)
Movies about Ajar:
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Wiki information Ajar:
AJAR is a Motorola applications software platform for mass-market feature phones, designed to help players across the mobile industry develop highly customised, fully featured handsets rapidly and cost-effectively.
Romain Gary, born Romain Kacew, and also known by other pen names, like Émile Ajar, was a French diplomat, novelist, film director and World War II aviator of Litvak origin. He is the only author to have won the Prix Goncourt twice.