I don't know whether I was just plain lucky as to the loads I was able to lay hands on, but they all shot great--average three-shot 100-yard groups ran from a low of three-quarters of an inch (the Winchester Supreme 150-grainers) to just under an inch and a half (Winchester Super-X 220-grainers).
What does JPL stand for?
JPL stands for Just Plain Lucky
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We have 138 other meanings of JPL in our Acronym Attic
- Jeffrey Peter Licon (actor)
- Jekotian Prime Legion (gaming clan)
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- John Peace Library (University of Texas at San Antonio)
- Johnstown Public Library (New York)
- Joint Planning and Liaison
- Joint Priority List
- Joliet Public Library (Illinois)
- Jon Peter Lewis (singer/songwriter)
- Journal of Planning Literature
- Japanese Pharmaceutical Licensing Association
- Jefferson Pilot Life America (insurance company)
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory Archives
- JPL Airborne Synthetic Aperture Radar
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory Amateur Radio Club (La Canada, CA)
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory Display Information System
- Jacksonville Public Library Foundation (Jacksonville, FL)
- Jaringan Perpustakaan Lingkungan Hidup (Indonesia, Living Environment Library Network)
- Jefferson-Pilot Life Insurance Company
- Java Programming Language Instrumentation Services
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com UNCONVINCING, unimpressive, maybe just plain lucky.
As Robert McNamara, Kennedy's defence secretary in 1962, said 40 years later, "We were just plain lucky in October 1962 - and without that luck most of you would never have been born because the world would have been destroyed instantly or made unlivable in October 1962.
Mechs were able to intercede in some cases and were just plain lucky in others.
Cher also insists her years in showbiz have done nothing to make her believe she is anything other than just plain lucky.
These TV originals either make us feel morally superior or just plain lucky, for not having a super-dystunctional family, for not having had an enormous tragedy of our own, or for not having walked in on our husband having sex with the neighbor.
The chances are things are near-desperate, and unless they have been cute or just plain lucky enough to have the foresight to trade off some of these shares at the start of the year, the odds are they are sitting on a substantial loss.