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The 50 millimeters of foam underfoot also virtually eliminated the chronic knee and hip pain I typically experience after long downhill slogs.
THE HOKA SPEEDGOAT MIDS CURED MY BLISTERSKAELYN LYNCHJUNE 30, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
The winner of the Grade I Santa Anita Derby is built for the 1½-mile slog at the Belmont.
ODDS, ANALYSIS AND POST POSITIONS FOR THE 2021 BELMONT STAKESNEIL GREENBERGJUNE 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Diplomats should work hard to revive it, but it will be a steep, uphill slog.
ISRAEL VS. HAMAS: WINNERS, LOSERS AND WHAT COMES NEXTSEAN CULLIGANMAY 25, 2021OZY
Just writing down the formulas for simple gravitational affairs is a slog.
HOW GRAVITY IS A DOUBLE COPY OF OTHER FORCESCHARLIE WOODMAY 4, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
The unending slog of poverty is also a major risk factor for postpartum depression, with little problems snowballing.
HOW MY RESEARCH INTO THE BIOLOGY OF MOTHERS HELPS ME IMAGINE A POST-PANDEMIC FUTUREABIGAIL TUCKERMAY 4, 2021TIME
It would be a long, slow slog of gradually reintroducing ourselves to concerts and sporting events and schools.
READY OR NOT, THE REOPENING IS COMINGSCOTT LEWISAPRIL 7, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
After a long slog exploring the quirks of cyanobacteria gluing themselves to an invasive water weed, a research team has found a toxin that could be the culprit.
A TOXIN BEHIND MYSTERIOUS EAGLE DIE-OFFS MAY HAVE FINALLY BEEN FOUNDSUSAN MILIUSMARCH 26, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
The first quarter of the run is a slog, but the rest is pure joy.
5 PIECES OF GEAR THAT HELP ME STAY ACTIVE DURING WINTERJAKOB SCHILLERFEBRUARY 11, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
At agencies, people have always had late hours, it’s always been a slog.
WELCOME TO THE GROUND FLOOR: STREET-LEVEL OFFICES FOR A POST-PANDEMIC WORLDJESSICA DAVIESJANUARY 11, 2021DIGIDAY
For journalists reporting on the crisis, or producing editorial products from their sofas, kitchens, and bedrooms, the last nine months have been an unrelenting slog.
‘IT’S A SILENT EPIDEMIC’: MENTAL HEALTH IN NEWSROOMS NEEDS MORE ATTENTIONJESSICA DAVIESDECEMBER 7, 2020DIGIDAY
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WORDS RELATED TO SLOG

  • barge
  • clump
  • galumph
  • lump
  • plod
  • shamble
  • shuffle
  • slog
  • stump
  • trudge
  • trundle
  • waddle
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