Jig


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Jig

A slang term for positive momentum.
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He caught groupers, snappers, even kings, using three different sizes of the jig.
Often times, less erratic action is more (productive) in cold water, thus the slow, steady grind as opposed to snapping the jig.
BRD Engineering's jigs turn a job few home builders will tackle into something that takes but a couple minutes.
If you are using a traditional jig, you'll want to slide the vane up or down inside the clamp until it is roughly one inch from the rear end of the shaft when you place the clamp on the fixture.
To use, simply clamp the jig to each piece to be joined using opposite sides of the jig referenced from the bottom of each piece.
The purpose of this jig is to make simple the complete disassembly of Charter Arms and High Standard cylinder assemblies.
Instead they suit words to contemporary tunes, and make suggestions about dramatic business, and about the kinds of dance that the jigs might have contained, together with useful comments on the likely mode of performance.
Beyond the historical introduction and jig editions, Singing Simpkin contains many excellent explanatory elements, such as Table 1, which lists the performance elements of each of the nine jigs: names, type (maid, sailor, etc.
Jig as an assisted tooling should be able to hold components and sub-assemblies according to the function requirements prevent undesired motion and avoid interference problems [3].
Working with this new jig is like working with a altogether different tool--a much better tool.
They have taken the jig which has not really changed over the years, and developed an internal capsule which allows the angler to remove the hook.
The two O'Neills pubs in Cardiff city centre will have professional dancers teaching people to jig on St Patrick's Day as a fundraising event for Cancer Research Wales.