Jog

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jog

[jäg]
(crystallography)
A shift in a dislocation from one crystal plane to another.

Jog

A change in direction in a joint or member.

jog

Any irregularity in a line or surface.
References in classic literature ?
So on he jogged, and all seemed now to go right with him: he had met with some misfortunes, to be sure; but he was now well repaid for all.
Merrily whistled the Butcher as he jogged along, for he was going to the market, and the day was fresh and sweet, making his heart blithe within him.
Dot making no reply, they jogged on, for some little time, in silence.
Anyway, the DUCHESS lay hove to for three weeks, when I pulled myself together and we jogged on with her to Sydney.
On its back rode a small gentleman in Eastern costume, who appeared to find some difficulty in keeping his seat as his steed jogged along.
The workers looked hungrily at him, and then jogged onwards upon their way in slow, lumbering Saxon style.
Matthew Cuthbert and the sorrel mare jogged comfortably over the eight miles to Bright River.
By dint of these encouragements, he was persuaded to move from time to time, and they jogged on (as Mr Crummles truly observed) very comfortably for all parties.
There was nothing further to be said, but I felt more crushed than convinced; so we jogged along into broad daylight, until Raffles himself gave a whistle of surprise.
I didn't even gallop away, but just jogged off quietly in the thick dust at the side of the road (though I own my heart was galloping), and thanked my stars the bank was at that end of the township, in which I really hadn't set foot.
It is not surprising, therefore, that he soon relapsed, and jogged heavily along, quite insensible to his progress.