(1) His jerky movements - if he wasn't a pop star you'd assume it was nerves - match his angular London accent when he talks.(2) She had shoulder-length gray hair and skin resembling beef jerky .(3) I've let this old carcass get as stiff as beef jerky on a cold winter morning.(4) Maybe you'll even have some change left over for a candy bar or a pack of beef jerky .(5) Native Americans once used the fruit to make pemmican, a type of meat jerky .(6) Then she added some jerky for meat, and some dried vegetables.(7) His fingers walk across his chest, his head, like a bird, pans the ceiling with jerky stops and starts.(8) The battles are sometimes awkward with the jerky bugs stopping in place before being blasted into squiggles of DNA.(9) beef jerky(10) The money must be paid in cash, to each person in refugee camps as they line up for their daily cup of dirty water and dried beef jerky .(11) They watched silently as the old plane lumbered over to gate 2, discharging a huge, billowing black cloud as it rolled to a jerky stop.(12) If not familiar with puppetry, you may wonder why the characters are making jerky movements.(13) Powell looked like a ‘stick of beef jerky adorned with whiskers’, and the fundamentally unsuitable boats the men used were ‘walnut shells’.(14) The car squeaks to a halt and she glares at him because of his jerky stop.(15) They arrived with a jerky stop and they left the train together.(16) But, whatever harm Macscruby thinks our flag might do to his beef jerky , McDonald's had no misgivings on its effect on the Big Mac.
(1) beef jerky :: karne ng baka maalog
1. convulsive ::
2. choppy ::
3. goosy ::
4. arrhythmic ::
5. jerk ::
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