A knitted garment with long sleeves worn over the upper body
The largest of the Channel Islands; population 91,900 (est. 2009)
An animal of a breed of light brown dairy cattle from Jersey
An industrial city in northeastern New Jersey, on the Hudson River, opposite New York City; population 241,114 (est. 2008)
A state in the northeastern US, on the Atlantic coast; population 8,682,661 (est. 2008); capital, Trenton; statehood, Dec. 18, 1787 (3). Colonized by Dutch settlers and ceded to Britain in 1664, it became one of the original thirteen states
(In the Giro d’Italia) a pink jersey worn each day by the rider who is ahead on time over the whole race to that point, and presented to the rider with the shortest overall time at the finish of the race
= polo shirt.
(In a cycling race involving stages) a green knit shirt worn each day by the rider accumulating the highest number of points, and presented at the end of the race to the rider with the highest overall points total
(In a cycling race involving stages, especially the Tour de France) a yellow jersey worn by the overall leader in a cycle race, at the end of any one day, and ultimately presented to the winner
A ceanothus of eastern and central North America, Ceanothus americanus, the leaves of which have been used as a substitute for tea.