Jet

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Jet, Jets, or The Jet(s) may refer to:

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Mathematics and science[edit]

  • Jet (fluid), a coherent stream of fluid that is projected into a surrounding medium, usually from some kind of a nozzle or aperture
  • Jet (lignite), a black or brown semi-precious mineraloid
  • Jet (mathematics), an operation on a differentiable function
  • Jet (particle physics), a narrow cone of hadrons and other particles produced by the hadronization of a quark or gluon
  • Jet stream, in meteorology, commonly referred to as "jet"
  • Astrophysical jet, in astrophysics, a stream of matter emitted along the axis of a rotating astronomical body
  • Joint European Torus, an experimental nuclear fusion machine
  • Junctional ectopic tachycardia, a rare cardiac arrhythmia that sometimes occurs after surgery in infants

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  • Jet (name), given name, generally feminine in Dutch, masculine in English
  • Kenny "the Jet" Smith (born 1965), American basketball commentator and former player
  • Benny Urquidez (born 1952), kickboxer, choreographer and actor known as "The Jet"
  • Jason Eugene Terry, professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks, nicknamed "JET"
  • Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (born 1990), English association football player for Ipswich Town F.C., nicknamed "JET"
  • Jet (Diane Youdale, born 1970), one of the stars of Gladiators
  • Jet, also known as Monica Carlson, Women's Champion of the first season of American Gladiators

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