As my own experience at john jay showed, these methods can work.
“The standard is very high,” for proving insanity in Colorado, said Barry Latzer, a professor of government at john jay.
john jay had been kept at home for several days, and had much to tell.
john jay, a distinguished American statesman, died, aged 84.
"I'll give you five cents a gallon for all you'll pick," she said to john jay.
The same note is given six weeks later in a letter to john jay.
john jay had always cheerfully agreed with this opinion, which she never hesitated to express in his hearing.
When they had crossed in careful silence, john jay began again.
This was done by the casting vote of Governor john jay, the four senatorial members of the council being a tie.
john jay hopped from one foot to the other in his impatient gladness.
c.1300, common European bird (Garrulus glandarinus), from Old North French gai, Old French jai "magpie, jay," from Late Latin gaius "a jay," probably echoic and supposedly influenced by Latin Gaius, a common Roman proper name. For other bird names from proper names, cf. martin and parrot. Applied to the North American blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata) from 1709. Applied to humans in sense of "impertinent chatterer, flashy dresser" from 1620s.
"fourth-rate, worthless" (e.g. a jay town), 1888, American English, apparently from some disparaging sense of jay (n.). Perhaps from a decaying or ironical use of jay "flashy dresser."
Marijuana or a marijuana cigarette; j: Let's do up a jay and truck on down to the libo (1960s+ Narcotics)