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It would be a long, slow slog of gradually reintroducing ourselves to concerts and sporting events and schools.
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.
The first quarter of the run is a slog, but the rest is pure joy.
At agencies, people have always had late hours, it’s always been a slog.
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.
Still Captain Culler broke a window in the Kildare street club with a slog to square leg.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
Reason dictates that I should foot-slog it to Bloodstock and try and get the police moving; but I can't leave you here.
BERRY AND CO.DORNFORD YATES
Then turn to again with a will, slog away till dusk, and so home to the old barn.
FROM CHART HOUSE TO BUSH HUTCHARLES W. L. BRYDE
"I'll keep 'em on board and make 'em work their passage," he said to his mate, a mean chap by the name of Slog.
In his best day he gave an original etymology of the schoolboy-ism slog.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN

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