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Jig

A slang term for positive momentum.
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[USPRwire, Mon Aug 19 2019] A newly compiled business intelligent report, titled "Global (United States, European Union and China) Jigger Market Research Report 2019-2025" has been publicized to the vast archive of Market Research Hub (MRH) online repository.
Jigger Cruz, Juan Miguel Rodriguez, Ian Giron, Michele Codoni Generous support came from Ambassador Dondi Teehankee, the Philippines' official representative to World Trade Organization (WTO), and Filipino -Monegasque Eduardo "Nene" Lacson.
According to him, an impoverished society is susceptible to issues such as jigger manifestation.
He's been sagging in the jigger, So she gave him down the banks, She had a right old cob on, He's as thick as two short planks Keeping Dixie for the bizzys, For a bevy and some scran, Go to town on it, yer divvy, Go-ed mate, you're the man.
The weighted net is fed through the ice, attached to an ingenious device called a jigger or an 'under ice crawler'.
The Cocktail Shaker with a stainless-steel screw cap doubles as a measuring jigger, while the Barrel Drinks Dispenser and Stand comes in two sizes-1.3-and 2.1 gallon--and includes a push-top wooden lid to keep contents fresh at any party.
Visitors can also find out more about Killhope's waterwheel and jigger house during a talk by expert Chris Askew.
Measuring with a jigger provides quality control and enables you to get exact proportions every time you make a cocktail, says Chris Almeida, bartender at The Eddy in Providence, Rl, and president of USBG Rhode Island.
In the Test Kitchen, we've found that a good jigger makes a big difference in getting precise results--for, say, a Sparkling Mai Tai on New Year's (drink recipe on sunset.com).
Ben Goossen and his brothers Abe and Walter of Rosenort, Manitoba, Canada, built a "jigger" in 1946 for odd jobs around the farm, such as hauling fuel, spraying fields, mowing and even firefighting.
JIGGER: Lest you think a real bartender should be able to blindly pour, or that you are getting short changed on spirits when you see the jigger come out, let us pause and praise the mighty jigger.
Using a jigger (a shot measure), pour 40ml Smirnoff and 100ml tomato juice into the glass.