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Though the least common, nearly one in 10 employees (8%) are stuck working for Plodders.
The left, and collectivists, are most logically the offspring of the plodders while innovative early mankind's likely descendants are the maritime adventurers and strivers.
WATCHING Gordon Brown and George Osborne at the Leveson Inquiry I was struck by what dull, uninspiring plodders they both were.
Big Dustin is making his St Judedebutatatightcoursewhere conservative plodders tend to enjoymoresuccessthanaggressivepowerhouseslikehim.
In truth the Magpies deserved a draw for their second-half performance of character but both teams looked what they are - relegation plodders.
It's an odd place to stage a Champions League Final, but no odder than seeing plodders like Wes Brown, Owen Hargreaves and Darren Fletcher playing in one.
Some funds mentioned are terrible plodders, but maybe that is why they are chosen for long-term savings schemes.
As someone observed, "When the track is long and hard, the plodders will beat the thoroughbreds any day of the week.
If that happens, the thinking goes, the quick early fractions will kill off horses like Brother Derek and give less talented plodders a chance to run them down.
Lamenting that, "over the past several elections, the Democrats and big labor unions have done a better job than the Republicans in putting more volunteers on the ground," DeLay told a meeting of the Associated Builders and Contractors that the Reeps need to field precinct plodders of their own.
It is those other plodders that also deserve attention for their effects can also be great.
Recently introduced are the Mixer line, with one horizontal mixing shaft, screw-shaped mixing elements rotating in a trough and top feeding, and the Duplex Twin Worm Vacuum Plodder DVZ, duplex twin worm plodders in a series connected with a vacuum chamber, suitable for soaps with pasty properties or for high production rates.