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n. (plural of jar English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: jar)

Jars (song)

"Jars" is the first single from Chevelle's fifth studio album Sci-Fi Crimes. It was released to radio stations on June 23, 2009 and also as a digital download on Chevelle's website. Drummer Sam Loeffler told 99.3 The Fox that this song's subject matter reflects the quirky themes of Sci-Fi Crimes. He explained that the song is, "a kind of a play on words. It's saving the environment. It's a joke about saving the environment and it's about literally taking the earth, and putting it into jars to save it for later. It's very tongue in cheek."

This song is featured in the game Tony Hawk: Ride.

Usage examples of "jars".

A lazy Susan stood in the middle of the table, so crowded now with jars and bottles and cruets and sifters containing all their particular fads in condiments and seasonings that the twirling platform stalled out mid-circuit beneath the burden it bore.

The yellow metal objects lying on the floor among the human wreckage were jars of bright brass.

It was aware of them, but only as a cockroach might be aware of the jars and boxes in the cupboard it inhabits, as potential sources of what it needed.

The craft held ten or twelve huge clay jars, with dark stains of honey running down their sides.

The man pointed to the brick bench where his wine jars were stacked, and left him.

He was remembering the vision he had had upon the river, searching the jars of honey.

Soon the jars became pristine in their newness, shiny with brown glaze, and the honey was still sticky on their sides.

Sneferu from having to tote heavy jars back and forth from the cistern to his home.

He felt about with his foot, careful to avoid the jars and brooms that waited outside the doorways.

In the dark, next to the sacks of musty-smelling grain and jars of fermenting beer, they heard her walking on the floor above, sometimes treading in circles.

The bed puff had been hidden in a box hand-labeled Useful Clean Jars, which had not rattled when Ginger aimed a kick against the nagging detail, Useful.

Primitive shelving put up anyhow and anywhere supported paper bags bristling with nails and rinsed-out pickle jars full of nuts and bolts and screws and washers and casters and hinges and springs.

He saw several bottles of nail polish, polish remover, a couple of lipstick tubes, and other jars and powders.

Miss Katherine would pick bushels of peaches and preserve them in jars with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and other spices which she kept secret.

He agreed to fix the leaky roof in exchange for six jars of spiced peaches.