jig


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music in three-four time for dancing a jig

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a fisherman's lure with one or more hooks that is jerked up and down in the water

a device that holds a piece of machine work and guides the tools operating on it

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any of various old rustic dances involving kicking and leaping

dance a quick dance with leaping and kicking motions

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I like that you don't have to work too hard to use this style of jig.
Shimano Stradic 2000 reels, both with 10-pound Sufix 832 mainline, a 6-foot leader of 10-pound-test fluorocarbon, and usually, a 3/8- or 1/2-ounce teardrop or ballhead jig, though I often use 5/8-ounce heads in bigger swift rivers.
If you are using a jig that applies all the vanes at once, simply bring the jig's clamps up against the shaft and follow the jig instructions for securing them in proper position for the vanes to adhere to the shaft.
Parts of the jig can vary in size with some limitation depending on what you might have available.
Even though the authors made excellent music choices, their doing so would have better been mentioned in the introduction, instead of not being apparent until the music is described for each jig.
The jig was designed based on the flexible movement along x y and z axis to assist the machining process with better flexibility to control the plasma torch movement for safety and optimum process.
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.
The current world record is 10,036 taking part in an Irish jig.
E&MJ asked one of the major suppliers of jig technology for minerals separation, Delkor (now a Tenova Mining & Minerals company), to explain in more detail how jig applications have been extended in the recent past.
I have a few old time muskie spinners that look like rooster tails on steroids, and Roadrunner jig heads with the little spinner underneath that might be considered illegal.
More specifically, Arendt's influential study, The Human Condition, suggests that the dissonance found in the relationship between Jig and the American primarily arises from their differing viewpoints regarding the Arendtian notion of irreversibility.
Employees at Ash Grove Texas' Midlothian plant designed a jig assembly for completing the job.
He sees himself as a mere bit player on the stage which is all the world, not one on which a dignified, judiciously crafted play (such as Hamlet) is being performed, but rather a frantic, chaotic, bawdy play--like a jig.
JIG was formed in 1998 to monitor issues affecting newstrade but its membership has dwindled.
With casting presentations, much depends on how far you need to throw the jig.