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  • v. Present participle of jigger.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In ceramics, the process of making plates and saucers, and other flat-ware, on the jigger. See jigger, 2 .


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  • The current level of "jiggering" is more than adequate to provide for the rest of the country.

    can of worms

  • Any argument to date against the idea of jiggering is usually followed by an ad hominem attack on the defender of free pouring and it is to this that I want to draw attention.

    Spirits: The last of the fabled free pourers

  • Please recall the "jiggering" of said GSCI in August of '06 and what that ultimately did for the wholesale gasoline markets-just in time for the elections IMO.

    Population vs Pros, part II

  • Nobody knows what it was, for when he had come up to the point whence he had started, he began a policy of violent short tugs -- not "jiggering," as it is called, but plunging with all his weight on the line.

    Angling Sketches

  • No, this was not a "jiggering" fish; but he was a pretty lively customer, for all that, as they were soon to find out.

    Prince Fortunatus

  • We've gotten so good at this kind of jiggering of reality that we now like to use the word

    Paradise Post Most Viewed

  • There were still people who preferred the old ways of jiggering with their brain chemistry.

    World Wide Mind

  • Who decided that hand jiggering cocktails was the best way to make a drink?

    Karl Kozel: Measure For Measure

  • Most citizens are not aware of the bill festering its way through congress requiring more loan jiggering. tom

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » This Won’t End Well

  • Could you imagine if Roe was actually teed up every couple of years based on a new jiggering of the court?

    Matthew Yglesias » For Judicial Term Limits


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