jog along

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(= go along: person, vehicle) → entlangzuckeln
(fig) (person, worker, industry)vor sich (acc)hin wursteln (inf); (work)seinen Gang gehen
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But of men--I have known one man indifferent well for over forty years, have exulted in him (odd to think of it), shuddered at him, wearied of him, been willing (God forgive me) to jog along with him tolerantly long after I have found him out; I know something of men, and, on my soul, boy, I believe I am wronging you.
No; stay with him, and we'll jog along to the quarry.
He did not care to jog along and, being unusually able and fit, on the fourth day earned two dollars.
Then I'll just have a look round that port-thrust seems to me it's a trifle warm--and we'll jog along.
The court heard how complainant Alun Vaughan, a well-known runner from Felinheli, had gone for an evening jog along the popular LOn Las Menai track at around 7pm on September 23.
Peter Maine, 56, from Wynyard, was found with three wounds to the heart when he went for a jog along the River Wear after parking in Durham city centre on a Sunday morning in September 2013.
She said of the snap: "I usually jog along the coastal path every day but I'm never able to take a good picture, so I decided I'd walk and take my camera.
That's exactly what a 16- year- old runaway boy did on Wednesday morning, scaling the airport wall and taking an unchallenged half- hour morning jog along an active runway.
The route is a jog along the last two miles of the Half Marathon course leaving from the Pier Head, and then back again.