JOG


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AcronymDefinition
JOGYogyakarta, Indonesia (Airport Code)
JOGJoint Operations Graphic
JOGJoint Operations Group
JOGJunior Offshore Group (a yacht racing handicapping system)
JOGJoint Oversight Group
JOGJewish Occupational Government
JOGJoint Owners Group
JOGJunior Olympic Gold
JOGJoint Operational Graphics
JOGJob Opportunity Group
JOGJoint Operation Guide
JOGJersey Osborne Group (now New Jersey Computer Club; est. 1981)
JOGJournal of Oil and Gas
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He will jog back -- as Magdalen flippantly expressed it -- in the miller's gig.
He did not care to jog along and, being unusually able and fit, on the fourth day earned two dollars.
I almost fancied I could jog the head just now, when I touched it.
A regiment of Lancers came charging down the Broad Walk, armed with holly-leaves, with which they jog the enemy horribly in passing.
Such qualities, useful and appropriate in a sovereign or an ambassadress, were of little service to a household compelled to jog in the common round.
She loved EVERYTHING about it--the garden she had tended, and which so many women had tended before her--the gleam and sparkle of the little brook that crept so roguishly across the corner--the gate between the creaking fir trees--the old red sandstone step--the stately Lombardies-- the two tiny quaint glass cupboards over the chimney- piece in the living-room--the crooked pantry door in the kitchen-- the two funny dormer windows upstairs--the little jog in the staircase-- why, these things were a part of her
We shall just have comfortable time, my lord,' said the captain, when he had communicated the arrangements, 'to call at my rooms for a case of pistols, and then jog coolly down.
As I trotted along, however, chewing the cud of - bitter fancies, I heard another horse at no great distance behind me; but I never conjectured who the rider might be, or troubled my head about him, till, on slackening my pace to ascend a gentle acclivity, or rather, suffering my horse to slacken his pace into a lazy walk - for, rapt in my own reflections, I was letting it jog on as leisurely as it thought proper - I lost ground, and my fellow- traveller overtook me.
On they jog, with equal pace, through the verdant meadows or over the barren heath, their horses measuring four miles and a half per hour with the utmost exactness; the eyes of the beast and of his master being alike directed forwards, and employed in contemplating the same objects in the same manner.
However, gentle reader, or simple reader, whichever you may be, lest you should be led to waste your precious time upon these pages, I make so bold as at once to tell you the sort of folk you'll have to meet and put up with, if you and I are to jog on comfortably together.
But things must be put down in their places, as things actually happened--and you must please to jog on a little while longer with me, in expectation of Mr.
Before lowering the boat for the chase, the upper end of the line is taken aft from the tub, and passing round the logger-head there, is again carried forward the entire length of the boat, resting crosswise upon the loom or handle of every man's oar, so that it jogs against his wrist in rowing; and also passing between the men, as they alternately sit at the opposite gunwales, to the leaded chocks or grooves in the extreme pointed prow of the boat, where a wooden pin or skewer the size of a common quill, prevents it from slipping out.