Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of jigsaw.

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Examples

  • If you are so enamoured of this further jigsawing of the African continent how come you and your ANC minions were so opposed to the Bantustan states?

    All of Africa celebrates to see this peaceful referendum

  • In order to make everything seem as real and exact as the plastic sushi in the Japanese restaurant window, the cake decorators have to use a lot of tricks like food-dye airbrushing and an alarming amount, when you remember that this is supposed to be food, of jigsawing and belt sanding.

    Why Fancy Cakes Can Taste So Crummy

  • Back on the bright side of it all, the featurette, "The Road to Albert Hall," is a real treat -- thirty minutes of "jigsawing together" all these zany elements (in London, in just a week of prep); it gives me exactly what I've always liked best about theatre: hanging about backstage with all the cool people!

    Gregory Weinkauf: Not the Messiah: Monty Python Strikes Again!

  • Back on the bright side of it all, the featurette, "The Road to Albert Hall," is a real treat -- thirty minutes of "jigsawing together" all these zany elements in London, in just a week of prep; it gives me exactly what I've always liked best about theatre: hanging about backstage with all the cool people!

    Gregory Weinkauf: Not the Messiah : Monty Python Strikes Again!

  • Back on the bright side of it all, the featurette, "The Road to Albert Hall," is a real treat -- thirty minutes of "jigsawing together" all these zany elements (in London, in just a week of prep); it gives me exactly what I've always liked best about theatre: hanging about backstage with all the cool people!

    Gregory Weinkauf: Not the Messiah : Monty Python Strikes Again!

  • But because the layers are so recognizable, you can work out their relative ages by daisychaining and jigsawing your way around the world.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • But because the layers are so recognizable, you can work out their relative ages by daisychaining and jigsawing your way around the world.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • Preservation, and the huge task of jigsawing together the incomplete pieces of five differently built ships, took another 25 years.

    Sailing home with the Vikings

  • Preservation, and the huge task of jigsawing together the incomplete pieces of five differently built ships, took another 25 years.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • There's a lot of hammering, spot-welding and jigsawing going on while we "make art."

    Pre-Production Day 9-13

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