running dog

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running dog

n.
A servile follower or lackey.

[Translation of Chinese (Mandarin) zǒu gǒu : zǒu, running + gǒu, dog.]
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Next, they were able to see the wheel-dog, and then the whole string of running dogs and snow-stretches on either side.
The imperialist capitalist running dogs of the United States will be brought to their knees by the glorious technology of our scientists.
Even as the president avowed an independent foreign policy, PH police forces still act as running dogs of the US,' Reyes wrote on his social media accounts.
Even as the president avowed an independent foreign policy, Philippine police forces still act as running dogs of the US"
FROM running dogs to topless Santas, competitors turned out in droves to take part in the world's biggest festive fun run.
Emma, 27, who runs Fallowlees Farm on her own, began running dogs at the age of 13, but began competing aged 21.
The last East German census took place in 1981, while the capitalist running dogs in the west held a head count in 1987.
Supported by Running Dogs, Hackney rapper Mikhill Pane and Little Nikki the young crowd were already bouncing when The Rizzle Kicks - one of UK hip hops most popular new acts - ran on stage.
The moderate running dogs had the healthiest cartilage, followed by cage dogs, and in last place was the high-volume running dogs.
Dave Daley, owner of Wapusk Adventures, who long had respect for running dogs and the trapping lifestyle started dog sled tours in 2000.
The Tories and their Lib Dem running dogs need to be exposed.