jigger


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  • noun

Synonyms for jigger

a small amount of liquor

Synonyms for jigger

a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey

any small mast on a sailing vessel

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larval mite that sucks the blood of vertebrates including human beings causing intense irritation

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While many advise using a jigger for most pours, bartenders should also be able to free pour.
And I've still got the scar on my toe where the sand jigger bit me to remind me of those long days of walking.
She was predeceased by her siblings, Jigger Jaques and Carol Griswold.
But he's sure some of the celebrities and professionals taking part - who include Ryder Cup hero Paul Lawrie, US film star Bill Murray and fellow cricketer Andrew Strauss - were watching his moves from the Fife town's Jigger Inn.
Corkcicl, enjoying the success of its in-bottle wine chiller, introduced a series of wine bottle stoppers and toppers, while newcomer BarlOder, which introduced a 10-in-1 tool that is fashioned after a Swiss Army Knife and includes everything from a muddler to a strainer and jigger, was a finalist in the kitchen preparation category of the Best New Product Awards.
The warehouse has remained intact throughout its life and still has original features such as a jigger loft complete with winding gear and cast-iron window shutters.
University: 136 for 9 in 20 overs (Bhuvesh 33, Anees 29, Sharique 29, Faisal 3 for 13, Jigger 3 for 21); American University Dubai: 120 for 6 in 20 overs (Ashish Dhingra 28, Ashish Bhandari 28, Fuzail 2 for 7, Anees 2 for 14); Emirates Aviation 162 for 6 in 20 overs (Zahid 59, Rameez 39, Ali 22, Umair 21.
Tungiasis, a neglected ectoparasitic disease, arises when the female jigger flea, Tunga penetrans, burrows into the epidermis of its host.
More than twenty years after his death, Gentleman Jigger, which Nugent wrote in the waning days of the Roaring Twenties and the early years of the Great Depression, has finally been published, thanks in great part to Nugent's literary executor and editor Thomas H.
As mentioned, four changes by a particular jigger are usually the most audiences see during competitions; thus, many jiggers only have a few changes in their repertoire.
Father-of-three Jack Jigger Taylor died when the roof collapsed at Walsall Wood pit in 1951.
That means he might jigger Senate rules to end the Democrats' filibuster of Bush's picks for the federal bench.
Williams-Sonoma's stainless-steel bartender set includes a strainer, jigger, bottle opener, bar knife, ice tongs and stirrer.
Metropolitan newspapers such as the New York Times, the Plain Dealer of Cleveland and the Detroit News and Detroit Free Press had to jigger their publishing schedules.
They'll jigger pension fund accounting, tinker with intangible accounting, etc.