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jerky

see biltong.
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She arose with the abrupt stiffness of an automaton, poured herself a cup of cold coffee, and in the same jerky way sat down again.
A slight jerky movement of the big body half lost in the gloom of the green silk shades, of the big head leaning on the big hand, accompanied an intermittent stifled but powerful sound.
The lamp wriggled in the gimbals, the loosened books toppled from side to side on the shelf, the long barometer swung in jerky circles, the table altered its slant every moment.
Razumov angrily described Haldin's clothing in a few jerky words.
In facetious homage to the smallness of his talk, and the jerky nature of his manners, Fledgeby's familiars had agreed to confer upon him (behind his back) the honorary title of Fascination Fledgeby.
Harraway, the secretary, was a lean, bitter man with a long, scraggy neck and nervous, jerky limbs, a man of incorruptible fidelity where the finances of the order were concerned, and with no notion of justice or honesty to anyone beyond.
Raskolnikov squeezed his way through the crowd, stared for some minutes at the drunken man and suddenly gave a short jerky laugh.
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Scientists at Oregon State University evaluated apple pomace as a partial substitute for meat in chicken patties and beef jerky in order to optimize the nutritional and textural qualities of these products.
com, maker of their own beef jerky brand and retailer of many well known jerky brands, today announced it has launched The Judge Jerky Gun.
As the popularity of the meat snacks category has soared over the last decade-plus with consumers gravitating toward high-protein, low-carb, on-the-go products such as jerky, Jack Link's has ridden that wave of growth.
jerky, an all-natural snack brand of premium jerky products.