from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Placed, like the handle of a jug, on one side; hence, one-sided.
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"Oh, jug-handled things like baseball contracts," responded Iredell.
In the drawing I have shown five different kinds of bundle-baby, then at the bottom have added the jug-handled bundle-baby of the Tomato worm; it does not make a Cocoon but buries itself in the ground when the time comes for the Great Sleep.
The pupa is often dug up in the spring from the ground where tomatoes or potatoes were grown in the preceding season, and most persons that meet with it suppose that the singular jug-handled appendage at one end of it is its _tail_.
Waxman's large array jug-handled sized ears are capable of picking up satellite signals, as well as x-ray bursts from distant galaxies, but the network claimed that Waxman is digitally reproducing these signals for his friends and family.