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Jig

A slang term for positive momentum.
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At its Colquiri Plant in Bolivia, Comsur has installed a Model J1800 Kelsey Centrifugal Jig with an automatic screen cleaner on a conventional gravity tailings stream to recover fine tin before zinc flotation.
Determine string length and set the jig (figure 2), and decide how many strands are needed.
The directions on page 82 are for a jig to make a wreath that is 10 inches in diameter, Williams's most popular size, but you can make a larger or smaller jig.
2--Color) A fan of jig 'n' pig setups and 12- to 15-pound line, Spring Valley Lake fisherman Manny Freire releases two largemouths at Silverwood Lake.
With the jigs ready to go, I use a jigsaw to rough-cut a "blank" about 11/416 inch larger than the finished piece.
A jig pole is most frequently hand held by an angler, who usually uses lures instead of bait.
have developed a programmable auto body jig that can be retooled to assemble 30 different car types simply by altering its software.
Jigs are suspended beneath a pencil-type slipfloat like the Thill Crappie Cork.
Bladed jigs, typified by the original Chatterbait and now with numerous imitators, add a flat metal plate or blade at the head of the jig, which causes the lure to wobble as it passes through the water.
And while cutting out these parts, just in case, I made an extra single clamp base so that I can configure both jigs as single clamp jigs if the need arises.
Neon Lites Jigs is a leading provider of glow in the dark fishing jigs.
The Fluidbed system strips the jigs in a medium of hot, active sand, hence the term 'fluidised bed'.