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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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A key characteristic of Amamizu jars is their stability, which means that they can be transported on rough roads without breaking and that they withstand storms.
The jar with red, warm water formed more condensation.
It may occur as the jars are being removed from the canner, or it may not occur until the jars have been cooling awhile.
Step 4: Place the jars upside down on the cardboard, moving every two minutes to another place cardboard to allow excess paint to run out, until no paint runs out.
5l jar 150g soft cheese 350g baby plum tomatoes 2 sprigs rosemary, stalks removed and finely chopped Small bunch parsley, stalks removed and finely chopped Zest of 1 lemon 1 tsp pink peppercorns, coarsely chopped Salt and freshly ground black pepper 200ml olive oil 2 sprigs of rosemary for the jar 1 sterilised 0.
When the Mason jar first gained a space in consumers' homes, it was intended to act as a canning jar for preserves.
When spraying the jar make sure that you do not apply too much paint as this will cause the paint to run down the jar and will not leave an even, smooth finish.
Jar Juicer attaches to the top of a mason jar and is secured in place with the lid's threaded metal band.
Since childhood, he engaged in making jars until this time, which he is supposedly retiring from the industry.
I have grown to appreciate this jar system more and more, as it has eliminated the clutter of storage containers and tops.
South Devon Chilli Farm has introduced an appealing new-look jar for its award-winning home-grown chilli jam that has previously received a Great Taste Gold award.
The jars I put up will hold the flavors of sunny afternoons when I need them in January.