jig


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jig

A mechanical device used to maintain a stable, correct relationship between a piece of work and a tool, or between components during assembly.
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A Blakemore Roadrunner Reality Shad jig also in chartreuse is a productive lure for enticing Florida crappie along the shoreline.
The authors have made good use of previous scholarship, especially Baskervill's Elizabethan Jig and Ashworth and Bagwell's brief Two Elizabethan Stage Jigs, the latter being another performance-focused work.
I must confess that I wanted to read it quickly and get this review written but I found myself regularly slowed down by sheer delight and the interest of both the dramatic jigs and the writings of the authors about them.
Unlike conventional jigs, our Live Action Hybrid Jigs offer total freedom from the minute the jig hits the water until it lands hook side up in the perfect strike position.
Cheers rang out as fans, who came out in droves to celebrate yesterday's finale, gave the connections a rousing welcome as Treble Jig was led into the winner's enclosure.
The current world record is 10,036 taking part in an Irish jig.
UNLIKE her maiden film performance in Fashion , Mugdha failed to impress with her first New Year's Eve jig at Shangri- La hotel in Delhi.
LITTLE JIG and Megannellie both completed four-timers in winning their respective semi-finals of the Foxsports Ltd Warwickshire Oaks over 480m at Coventry on Sunday, with the Chris Allsopp-trained Little Jig clocking the fastest time of the year when posting 29.
Can I use my Arizona E-Z Fletcher to install the Blazer vanes on my arrows or will I need to invest in a new jig for this job?
One of the most modern jig grinders for non-round machining completes with immediate effect the lineup of machine tools in the house of Mould & Matic.
The Red River Jig is a fiddle tune and a dance form that have particular resonance for First Nations and Metis peoples in Northern and Western Canada.