from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of gig.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The use or operation of a gigging-machine.
- n. The use of the gig in fishing; the act or art of taking fish with the gig.
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Fish gigging is a fairly common practice in the Ozarks and one of my favorite things to do, but I have no idea if it's done anywhere else.
He's been touring a bit lately, which is clearly means he has a strong enough national audience to sustain gigging in other cities.
There is a technique we have in wrestling which I am not a fan of called gigging or blading or coloring or juicing, which is where you intentionally cut your head.
When I'm gigging, which is 6-12 times a month, I take what seems most appropriate -- be it for a solo thing, a jug band date or a historic music show.
The next process is the "gigging" which raises the nap.
The four victims appeared to have set up camp nearby and were on a "gigging" trip -- a centuries' old fishing technique that uses a tine-tipped spear to stab fish visible in clear water.
"Writers, musicians, photographers and other creative types have been free-lancing, or 'gigging' for years," said Stephen Mullin, also a Senior Vice President and
An ABC World News piece looks at those of us in Chicago and elsewhere who are "gigging" our way to fulfilling careers by being our own bosses.
Andy grew up eating frog's legs in Texas where his family would go "gigging" for them.
Already a familiar face on the music "gigging" scene, Daniel (who happens to be head boy at his school) might be the youngest of the remaining contestants, but his experience denotes that he certainly isn't lacking in confidence.
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