Sixty per cent of the people did not view jiggers
as a normal infection that can be treated, but associated it with curses and witchcraft.
9) Although in most contemporary settings on the prairies jiggers
no longer dance with partners, some jiggers
maintain a traveling pattern when they are not executing the fancy steps.
Based in Washington, it is also undertaking a number of other innovative projects alongside the jigger
system, including the development of an offshore drill mechanism for Exxon Mobil and the creation of a unique friction brake which is being designed to help get oil reserves out of North Sea fields which would otherwise be unreachable.
For such a tiny insect, the jigger
flea has made itself quite a nuisance, and has a most unusual history.
Jack started work underground aged 14 in 1929 and was known as Jigger
from an early job operating the machinery that drilled into the coalface.
The idea of the jigger
is to dampen down the swell.
It also is more common to dispense heavy shots when free-pouring than when using a jigger
, and it's harder for supervisors to spot the overage.
An inquest was held last night at Brownhills, respecting the death of Bertie Lees (16), Ogley Square, Brownhills, who was killed while employed as a jigger
at the Conduit Colliery last Friday.
The best acting performances are from Steve Tetlow as the desperado Jigger
Craigan and Cathryn Moorhouse, who is the most convincingly American as Carrie.
Whether it's the climber high on a mountain who repaired his stove just before freezing or skiers who needed to jigger
a binding back to life 14 miles from the car, the multi-tool has saved a legion of outdoor athletes from great misery or much worse.
Though the Fed may jigger
with the money supply periodically, in the absence of inflation, it is committed to maintaining consumer spending and keeping the cost of capital low.
LOT 38 - 'Tracing The Second String' by Jigger
Cruz, 36'x48' Oil on Canvas (2008)