Jig

The Jig (port) is a form of lively folk dance in compound meter, as well as the accompanying dance tune. It developed in 16th-century England, and was quickly adopted on the Continent where it eventually became the final movement of the mature Baroque dance suite (the French gigue; Italian and Spanish giga). Today it is most associated with Irish ...
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Jig

• (v. t.) To trick or cheat; to cajole; to delude. • (n.) A light, brisk musical movement. • (n.) To cut or form, as a piece of metal, in a jigging machine. • (n.) A contrivance fastened to or inclosing a piece of work, and having hard steel surfaces to guide a tool, as a drill, or to form a shield or templet to work to, as in f...
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jig

(from the article `furniture industry`) ...line or conveyor-belt system begins. This is not usually in continuous movement but takes the form of a series of loose rollers over which the ...
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Jig

(possibly from Old French giguer, 'to dance, to kick, to gambol') In Renaissance drama, a jig was a
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jig

1. A light, brisk musical movement. 'Hot and hasty, like a Scotch jib.' (Shak) ... 3. A light, humorous piece of writing, especially. In rhyme; a farce in verse; a ballad. 'A jig shall be clapped at, and every rhyme Praised and applauded.' (Beau. & Fl) ... 4. A piece of sport; a trick; a prank. 'Is't not a fine jig, A precious cunning, in the l...
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jig

gigue noun music in three-four time for dancing a jig
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Jig

[jewellery] A jig used in making jewelry, a specific type of jig, is a plate or open frame for holding work and helping to shape jewelry components made out of wire or small sheets of metal. A jig in the jewelry making application is used to help establish a pattern for use in shaping the wire or sheets of metal. In the jewelry application,...
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Jig

[tool] In metalworking and woodworking, a jig is a type of custom-made tool used to control the location and/or motion of another tool. A jig`s primary purpose is to provide repeatability, accuracy, and interchangeability in the manufacturing of products. A jig is often confused with a fixture; a fixture holds the work in a fixed location. ...
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Jig

Jig intransitive verb To dance a jig; to skip about. « You jig , you amble, and you lisp.» Shak.
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Jig

Jig noun [ Old French gigue a stringed instrument, a kind of dance, French gigue dance, tune, gig; of German origin; confer Middle High German gīge fiddle, German geige . Confer Gig a fiddle, Gig a whirligig.] 1. (Mus.) A light, brisk mu...
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Jig

Jig transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Jigged ; present participle & verbal noun Jigging .] 1. To sing to the tune of a jig. « Jig off a tune at the tongue's end.» Shak. 2. To tric...
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Jig

A device that holds the workpiece in place and guides the cutting tool during the cutting operation.
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jig

a device that holds the workpiece securely in the correct positions and has the capability of guiding the tool during a manufacturing operation.
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jig

A device used to set a dimension, angle or shape for fabrication
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Jig

A device which holds work or pieces of materal in a certain position until rigidly fastened or welded during the fabrication process.
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Jig

a fishing lure that is jerked to attract the fish, normally used from a boat
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jig

A fixture or form for holding parts together for assembly
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jig

A hook with a leadhead that is usually dressed with hair, silicone, plastic or bait.
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Jig

A jig is a lively folk dance, a step dance in which one or two soloists perform rapid, intricate, hopping steps to music in 6 (over) 8 time or (a ' slip-jig') in 9(over)8 time. Surviving most strongly in Irish folk tradition, jigs were also popular in Scotland and England in the 1500s and 1600s. Related to modern English clog dances, they were ofte...
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Jig

A leadhead poured around a hook and featuring a skirt of rubber, plastic, or hair.
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jig

A machine used to collect concentates of ore by water pulsation.
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Jig

A number of variations of the jig are performed including the single (or soft), double, treble, and slip jig. The music is 6/8 time.
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Jig

A piece of milling equipment used to concentrate high density minerals by gravity on a screen submerged in water, either by the reciprocating motion of the screen or by the pulsation of water through it.
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Jig

A piece of milling equipment used to concentrate ore on a screen submerged in water, either by the reciprocating motion of the screen or by the pulsation of water through it.
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Jig

A small artificial lure with a metal head, often dressed with feathers.
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