whiskey jug

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a jug that contains whiskey

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The catfish tree bearing whiskey jug seeds belongs to the sunny fantasy of the tall tale, and the Germans associated with the imagery are either boors or laughable pedants, their eventual absorption into the general white population guaranteed by the earlier example of the Pennsylvania Germans.
So novel was this jogging idea that for the first run, one editor joked that he thought it was a "jugging" contest and brought a whiskey jug to carry.
While Buchheit locations are serious about offering their customers a complete range of hardware, farm, outdoor power equipment and lawn and garden supplies, they also mix in an assortment of other eclectic items, ranging from smoked hams and whiskey jugs to old-fashioned pedal cars and antique signs.
Victorian stoneware is highly sought-after with ginger beers, flagons and whiskey jugs particular favourites.
Back in the saloons, performers swing on a chandelier and balance on whiskey jugs.
An account of using a horse to operate a pug mill to process clay that comes straight from the ground for traditional salt fire whiskey jugs gives a concrete sense of the traditional methods employed.
Although the treaty gave the United States possession of Indian lands in Mississippi, the true nature of the pact is suggested in the sinister look of the negotiators and the broken whiskey jugs scattered around the campground, hinting at how the agreement was reached.