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jerk

[jərk]
(mechanics)
The rate of change of acceleration; it is the third derivative of position with respect to time.
A unit of rate of change of acceleration, equal to 1 foot (30.48 centimeters) per second squared per second.
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After all, just look at the rows and rows of jerky at the local truck stop, as new companies compete for shelf space with dozens of different types and flavors of dehydrated beef, turkey, and pork Jerky is big business in the United States, but there is something better out there.
Attendees could feast on samples of sausages, kosher beef jerky, and an impressive array of ice cream.
The drink is called the 'Pepper Nitro with a Jerky Twist.
To further deepen the mystery, the feeding of chicken and beef jerky products originating in China would seem to be implicated in the majority of cases.
The new varieties are Rockin Honey Apple and Rockin Sriracha flavored beef jerky.
Among them is disruptor Dick Stevens, which claims to be the first brand to combine jerky and trail mix.
Summary: This study was aimed to analyze the effects of ionizing radiations on beef jerky through determination of induced hydrocarbons.
And for several years, the craft jerky industry has been exploding in growth.
This jerky tasted as flavorful as it smelled - the perfect mixture of sweet and spicy.
Sriracha-, Kung Pao- and Chile Lime-flavored beef jerky can be found next to traditional flavors of meat snacks products.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 31, 2016-Perky Jerky receives minority investment from Sunrise Strategic Partners