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from The Century Dictionary.

  • To shake.

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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given name Roger.

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Examples

  • Rog is expected to revisit the cancer death of friend and partner Gene Siskel in 1999 and his own battle with the disease — which robbed him of his famous voice.

    Richard Roeper Roger Ebert Leaving “At The Movies With Ebert & Roeper”

  • The correct solution to this paradox is to accept an honour and then look as if you couldn't care less about it, like Sir Roger Moore, who prefers to be called Rog on film sets.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The best example of that is undeniably the best song in Prem Rog, which is Mohabbat Hai Kya Cheez.

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  • I'd have made the acquaintance of some wonderful folks like those who wrote for Xero, including Roger Ebert known as Rog in those days, Ed Gorman, Harlan Ellison, Avram Davidson, James Blish, Lin Carter, Roy Thomas, Donald E. Westlake, and many others.

    Archive 2006-12-17

  • I'd have made the acquaintance of some wonderful folks like those who wrote for Xero, including Roger Ebert known as Rog in those days, Ed Gorman, Harlan Ellison, Avram Davidson, James Blish, Lin Carter, Roy Thomas, Donald E. Westlake, and many others.

    The Best of Xero

  • “Misbehaved at the funeral, basically called Rog a homo.”

    The Honor Farm

  • But this year, there is news about Lester, known as "Rog" by family and friends.

    Lester, Roderick B.

  • "Rog," and now two was stuck with the problem all by himself.

    Thud Ridge

  • Jason Waits enrolled in the Doyle "Rog" Rogers Jr.

    Arkansas Online stories

  • Jason Waits enrolled in the Doyle "Rog" Rogers Jr.

    Arkansas Online stories

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