Jerk may refer to:

Titled works:

  • Jerk (album), by hHead
  • Jerk (play)
  • The Jerk (1979), film
  • "The Jerk" (House episode) on television


  • Jerk (band)
  • The Jerk (dance)
  • Jerk (physics), aspect of variable motion

Other articles related to "jerk":

Costa Rica At The 1968 Summer Olympics - Results By Event - Weightlifting
... Middleweight Luis Fonseca Press — 107.5 kg Snatch — 97.5 kg Jerk — 130.0 kg Total — 335.0 kg (→ 17th place) Light heavyweight Rodolfo Castillo Press ...
Linear Motion - Jerk
... The rate of change of acceleration, the third derivative of displacement is known as jerk.The SI unit of jerk is ... In the UK jerk is also called as jolt ...
The Jerk (dance) - Songs Featuring or Suggesting The Dance
... Released as a single in 1964 on the Money record label, "You're a Jerk" was a hit for the Los Angeles band The Larks ... The Capitols performed a 1966 hit song called "Cool Jerk", written to capitalize on the Jerk's popularity ... The band Rocket from the Crypt recorded the song "When in Rome, Do the Jerk" in 1998 as an homage to the dance ...
Le Jerk - Track Listings
... CD single "Le Jerk" — 358 "Goodbye Mary" — 419 7" single "Le Jerk" — 358 "Goodbye Mary" — 419 CD maxi "Le Jerk" — 358 "Goodbye Mary" — 419 ...

Famous quotes containing the word jerk:

    One farmer says to me, “You cannot live on vegetable food solely, for it furnishes nothing to make bones with;” and so he religiously devotes a part of his day to supplying his system with the raw material of bones; walking all the while he talks behind his oxen, which, with vegetable-made bones, jerk him and his lumbering plow along in spite of every obstacle.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)