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jars

[järz]
(petroleum engineering)
A series of links in the drill string to connect drill cables to the drill bit; sets up the uneven motion on the upstroke that helps free the string of tools. Also known as jar coupling.
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One female dater confessed that she was looking for a man with a big penis because her vagina was the size of a jam jar after having children, leaving Perrie a little confused.
And home canners should never completely fill a jar with vinegar solution, because the jar can leak or even break during the canning process.
Seksenbayev decided to hand over 3 jars to historical museum, keep 2 jars for himself, and present the rest of the findings to his relatives.
The team also raided different hotels and shops in the areas and destroyed 1,200 water jars. A recent study shows about 97 percent of the so-called filtered water jars supplied to households, shops and offices in and around the capital contain pathogens from human and animal faeces.
The description added that 'some jars have colored tissue around them (not from his tears of frustration but from being used as candle holders at a wedding).'
Gently move the ice cubes to the pan and use a paper towel to soak up any water on top of the jars.
"While more than half of Americans have at least one Mason jar in their homes, these new introductions will excite our core canning users as well as shoppers who are looking for new and creative ways to put their twist on Mason jar crafts and decor," says Matt Christensen, director of fresh preserving at Hoboken, N.J.-based Newell Brands.
I have successfully salvaged such canners by sealing leaks with an epoxy steel hardener called J-B Weld, but I wouldn't use a patched vessel for any other purpose than to can food in jars.
* TIP: Plant a different herb in each of several small mason jars and use them to line your window for a modern, easy to maintain herb garden.
Step 2: Pour paint into clean empty jars until filled 1/2inch from bottom.
These attractive jars are ideal for displaying bath salts and body scrubs and are available in three different sizes: a small 100ml jar (Part # 29968), a medium 200ml jar (Part # 29969) and a large 300ml jar (Part # 29970).