JUGS


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JUGSJava User Group Switzerland (Zurich, Switzerland)
JUGSJames Watt Undergraduate Society (Birmingham University)
JUGSJava User Group Stuttgart eV (Stuttgart, Germany)
JUGSJersey Urban Ghost Society (New Jersey)
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she answered, setting the two jugs on the ground before him.
I think she sets the jug under and forgets to turn the tap, as there's nothing you can't believe o' them wenches: they'll set the empty kettle o' the fire, and then come an hour after to see if the water boils.
Don Quixote finally grew calm, and dinner came to an end, and as the cloth was removed four damsels came in, one of them with a silver basin, another with a jug also of silver, a third with two fine white towels on her shoulder, and the fourth with her arms bared to the elbows, and in her white hands (for white they certainly were) a round ball of Naples soap.
His belt was full of daggers and poniards, a huge sword on his hip, a rusted cross-bow at his left, and a vast jug of wine in front of him, without reckoning on his right, a fat wench with her bosom uncovered.
What does mother do when you bring the jug back safe and sound?
The jug of maple sirup which the easy ways of village life had permitted Hillbrook's foremost citizen to carry home from the store was not there.
He let the jug fall on the floor, and it broke in pieces.
all the water runs back into the jug and there you are again
Bring it in a jug," shouted her Ladyship, as the maid left the room.
But I think, perhaps, if somebody went down, just to see that he didn't dip his beak into the jug by accident, or make some confounded mistake in losing the money as he came upstairs, it would be as well.
Sullenly enough, the jackal loosened his dress, went into an adjoining room, and came back with a large jug of cold water, a basin, and a towel or two.
A large jug, which Cornelius had skilfully broken, did service as a flower-pot.