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  • “We need to move fast for the first half mile,” cautioned Tom, and he broke into a jog-trot that was fast enough to get them out of scent range but slow enough for Benny to match.

    Rot & Ruin Jonathan Maberry 2010

  • It must have been a sight to see, for he apparently played the wise, simple old codger, peering over his glasses while he told the jury what brilliant chaps Clarke and Russell and Asquith were: he didn't say they were too clever by half, exactly, but he thought it no bad thing that "the humble jog-trot" of his summing-up should intervene between their fireworks and the verdict.

    Watershed 2010

  • After a time King urged his horse to a jog-trot, and the five Hillmen pattered in his wake, huddled so close together that the horse could easily have kicked more than one of them.

    In The Time Of Light dj barber 2010

  • The dogs exceeded our expectations; they negotiated the two fairly steep slopes at a jog-trot.

    The South Pole~ Through the Mountains 2009

  • Yet the Negro chieftains jog-trot national capitals of the world and venues of high-profile diplomatic gatherings, only to return to their slummy home countries, like picnickers.

    New Profile Of The Black Man 2008

  • I galloped on, hoping to get through it, unable to see a yard before me; but it thickened, and I was obliged to subside into a jog-trot.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains 2007

  • Could my meek little jog-trot Pegasus meet the shock of yon steed of foaming bit and flaming nostril?

    The Virginians 2006

  • ‘Even if you travel at a jog-trot we’ll be working that cliff in the dark.

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice King, Laurie R. 2006

  • He is much too lazy, and careless, and flighty a fellow, to make a jog-trot journey, and arrive, as your lawyers do, at the end of their lives! but give him

    The History of Pendennis 2006

  • He set off down the trail at a steady jog-trot; the seamen followed him, suiting their pace to his.

    The Conquering Sword Of Conan Howard, Robert E. 2005


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