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jig·ger

(jig'ĕr),
Common name for Tunga penetrans.
See also: chigoe.

jigger

(jĭg′ər)
n.
1. See chigger.
2. See chigoe.

jigger

See chigoe.

jig·ger

(jig'ĕr)
Common name for Tunga penetrans.
See also: chigoe

jigger

chigger flea

jigger

see tunga penetrans. Called also chigoe or jigger flea.

jigger flea
see tunga penetrans.
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66% of those questioned said that jigger flea infestation peaked in the dry season, and most of them (51%) placed this peak in middle of the season.
One young Red River jigger pointedly merges one tradition (jigging) with another (powwow dancing), a fusion that some say already exists (although less blatantly than some performers currently mark), while another merges jigging with hip-hop as a signal to his generation's form expression.
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.
Fish are being taken on a variety of methods on Shads, Hokis, Daylights, Jiggers etc.
The jigger unit we've developed not only enables users to get the boats on and off quickly, but also allows them to do so in a far more controlled manner than has often previously been the case, thus minimising the likelihood of damage being caused to either vessel in the process.
As the and group's director of cocktail development I make sure that American Metalcraft's classic mixing glasses, stainless steel mixing tins, strainers and jiggers can be found on our bar-top.
Steve Bilko, Gale Wade, Max West, Gene Mauch, Ryne Duren, Piper Davis, Casey Wise, Jim Bolger, Jigger Statz, Gene Woodley, Elmer Singleton, Hy Cohen, Jimmie Reese, Chuck Connors.
Richard Brightiff provides much-needed comic relief as Mr Snow, though Geoffrey Abbott's villainous Jigger has a distracting wandering accent.
Aseptic 125ml, and Tetra Classic Aseptic 14 - 20m1 jigger pack.
The place of the "minority" - red, green, black, white, pink, wigger, jigger, nigger - in the imbroglio of the culture wars and the lingo of cultural studies is illuminated by Foucault's insistence that modern power emerges from, and operates within, "local conditions and particular needs" rather than the instrumental or "universal" rationalities of identifiable groups.
The machine must be placed on jigger to enable autonomic burdening the trailer, the trailer must be constructed to allow the discharge.
The plaque is in the house's Jigger Room, where visitors will be able to view it when the attraction reopens to the public in February next year.