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One common traditional dish that involves jugging is Jugged Hare (known as civet de lièvre in France), which is a whole hare, cut into pieces, marinated and cooked with red wine and juniper berries in a tall jug that stands in a pan of water. — “Jugging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
A game based on the same movie developed within the game Amtgard and is referred to there as "Jugging" Taken from an English translation of a German document: http://garcianet.homeip.net/Jugging/juggerrules.doc. — “Jugger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Other terms for this process include ascending, prusiking and jugging. Ascenders, left rigged for ascending, right shown open Jumaring, also referred to as jugging, is where the second climber (the one who belays the lead climber on. — “Ascender (climbing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org