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What does JOAT stand for?

JOAT stands for Jack-of-All-Trades

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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] More than any other so-called outsider artist, Finster--a Southern Baptist evangelical preacher and jack-of-all-trades who received a divine calling to become an artist at the age of sixty--has forced the issue of quality by forging an oeuvre and style that were compromised by commercial success.
Lucy Sholley, the well-respected jack-of-all-trades for the Boston Beer Company, has been lured from the beer business by the siren song of an internet start-up company.
Increasingly, the jack-of-all-trades instructo r, so useful in antebellum colleges, was looked upon disdainfully as amateurish by the new, rigorously trained academic experts.
The consensus in the desktop publishing industry is that PageMaker is an excellent jack-of-all-trades program - especially for beginning and intermediate users - while XPress is the choice for high-end professional-level publishing," the column concludes.