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Jig

A slang term for positive momentum.
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The jigs and fixtures had to adhere to specified dimensional tolerances.
Determine string length and set the jig (figure 2), and decide how many strands are needed.
To make a jig I draw the part full-scale on a sheet of paper and then contact-cement it to a piece of 11/42- or 31/44-inch MDF.
He had hardly mouthed his snide retort when my little two-foot jig pole took a nose dive towards the hole.
An intelligent body assembly system is replacing traditional factory jigs at the Japanese automaker.
By then, some Wisconsin guides and astute anglers had picked up on the marabou "secret." The cat was out of the bag, so Pyzer described the jigs and tactics to DeFoe, who went on to win the 2016 Angler of the Year Championship at Sturgeon Bay.
Mike Iaconelli, television host, Bassmaster Elite Series and now Major League Fishing (MLF) pro, says the most important variable in jig setup is the skirt.
I was right about that, and I use two clamps in one jig to sand my big fixtures.
Minnetonka, MN, February 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Lake Minnetonka fishing expert Dan Jasper of Jasper Services, a leading provider of guided fishing on Lake Minnetonka and educational programs, announced today a partnership with Neon Lites Jigs. The partnership will help promote and encourage the sports of fishing by introducing, educating and providing interactive experiences to children and adults using the glow in the dark jigs.
The Fluidbed system strips the jigs in a medium of hot, active sand, hence the term 'fluidised bed'.