No. A short U would be like just or jug. This is long OO sound (joo-s).
You don't make it its hard
Sound made by a nightangle - chew, chee, cheer, up, chjeer, tweet, jug, wew, chur, chew, chee, cheer, up, chjeer, tweet, jug, wew, chur, woo.
If you mean like blowing air into it, the more water you have, the deeper the sound.
There is only one frog in the world which makes the Ribbit sound - that's the Pacific Tree Frog, a tiny North American frog which grows to a max of 2" long. The sound it makes was adopted by Hollywood/Disney - hence the popularity and misconception. They make either long, burst, or short noises varying in pitch. People often refer to it as a "croak" or "chirp." I have even heard someone calling it "jug-o-rum." The sound they make is their mating call.
Jug (a durable container designed for the short-term storage of liquids prior to pouring.
Fill the seven litre jug. Empty into 9l jug. Refill 7 litre jug and empty into 9l jug. 7l jug now contains 5l, whilst 9l jug is full. Empty 9l jug. Pour contents of 7l jug into 9l jug. Refill 7l jug and empty into 9l jug. The remainder in the 7l jug will be 3 litres
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Fill 7 Ltr jug from well 7 Ltr jug ->(pour into) 5 ltr jug Unplug the 5 ltr jug 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug fill 7 ltr jug from the well. 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug unplug the 5 ltr jug (You will have 4 lrs in the 7 ltr jug and nothing in the 5 ltr jug) 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug fill the 7 ltr jug from the well 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug You will have 6 ltrs of water in the 7 ltr jug which you can put on the lever to open the gate Shailesh Singh Pakuranga, Auckland
Juice, jam, jug, jaw, jello, jelly, sorry but all I can think of for now!
you can convert sound energy into mechanical energy by yelling into an empty plastic water jug. You will feel the walls of the container vibrating because of the sound waves hitting the walls of the jug. The walls vibrating are mechanical energy given to it by the sound energy. Sound energy is just an air wave. when the air waves run into something that vibrates along with it, the vibration of the thing is mechanical energy
In Runescape a wine Jug is Simply Referred to as a Jug :)
Fill small 3 liter jug with water. Pour into large 8 liter jug. Repeat. Now 6 liters of water in large jug. Repeat again but stop when large jug full. Leaves 1 liter in small jug. Empty large jug. Pour water from small jug into large jug. Refill small jug and pour into large jug. There are now 4 liters of water in large jug.
Fill the 5 gallon jug Pour from the 5 gallon to fill the 3 gallon jug You now have 2 gallons in the 5 gallon jug Empty the 3 gallon jug Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon jug into the 3 gallon jug Fill the 5 gallon jug Pour from the 5 gallon jug to fill the three gallon jug -- this will tale 1 gallon You now have 4 gallons in the 5 gallon jug
Method 1: Fill the 3-gallon jug. Pour this into the 5-gallon jug. Fill the 3-gallon jug again, and pour from it into the 5-gallon jug until it is full. This leaves 1 gallon in the 3-gallon jug. Empty the 5-gallon jug, and then pour the gallon from the 3-gallon jug into it. Fill the 3-gallon jug, and pour it into the 5-gallon jug, thus making 4 gallons. Method 2: Fill the 5-gallon jug. Pour this into the 3-gallon jug until it's full. Empty the 3-gallon jug, and then pour the remaining two gallons into the 3-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug, and then pour into the 3-gallon jug until it is full, leaving 4 gallons in the 5-gallon jug.
fill the 3 litre jug, pour it into the 5 litre jug. refill the 3 litre jug, pour into the 5 litre jug until full you will have 1 litre left in the 3 litre jug.
It varies from jug to jug but if you want to find out the capacity of your jug fill it up with water and then pour it into a measuring device.
Fill the 5 gallon jug completely then pour that into the 3 gallon jug. Empty out the 3 gallon jug and pour the remaining water in the 5 gallon jug into the 3 gallon jug. Then just fill up the 5 gal jug again you will have 2 gallons in the 3 gallon jug and 5 gallons in the 5 gallon jug.
Shine Jug is the shortened form of Moonshine Jug. A 'Shine Jug is a short, squat ceramic jug, usually with a cork stopper, and is used for storing home made whiskey, or 'Moonshine'. They come in many different sizes and shaped, but most generally have a small finger loop for carrying near the mouth of the bottle. Most commonly, 'Shine Jugs are dark to medium brown or, if glazed, may have a brown bottom third, and a light tan top.
A large jug is huge whuch means its big. Also a jug is a bottle.
A jug is not a real unit of measurement A gallon jug? If by that, then a jug can fit around 3.8 liters to 4 liters.
If A = 1.75 pint jug, and B = 1 pint jug 1) Fill 1.75 pint jug [then afterwards A = 1.75 B = 0] 2) From it pour 1 pint into the other jug [A = 0.75 B = 1.00] 3) Empty 1 pint jug, and into it pour the 0.75 pints [A = 0 B = 0.75] 4) Fill 1.75 pint jug again [A = 1.75 B = 0.75] 5) Pour enough (0.25 pint) from it to fill the 1 pint jug [A = 1.50 B = 1.00] 6) Finally, empty the 1 pint jug, and from the remaining 1.5 pints in the 1.75 pint jug, pour 1 pint of it into the 1 pint jug [A = 0.5 B = 1.00] So in six stages there will be half a pint in the 1.75 pint jug!
Fill the 5 litre jug with water. Pour its contents into the 4 litre jug. 1 litre will remain in the 5 litre jug. Pour out the 4 litre jug's contents. Pour the contents of the 5 litre jug into the 4 litre jug. Fill the 5 litre jug. Pour the contents of the 5 litre jug into the 4 litre jug. 2 litres will remain in the 5 litre jug.