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trot

1. a gait of a horse or other quadruped, faster than a walk, in which diagonally opposite legs come down together
2. (in harness racing) a race for horses that have been trained to trot fast
3. Angling
a. one of the short lines attached to a trotline
b. the trotline

Trot

Informal a follower of Trotsky; Trotskyist
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As a wholly owned subsidiary of the city of recklinghausen, Ser gmbh has been commissioned by the latter with the administration and preparatory development of the former trotting track area in recklinghausen as well as with the realization of all necessary and necessary measures in this regard.
In old African safari books, I've even come across photos of a rhinoceros trotting as smartly as a terrier
It is understood the two most senior executives from Le-Trot will be in attendance, along with the president and general secretary from the Union of European Trotting, whose main purpose is to promote trotting races and horse breeding in Europe.
Turning down the back straight for the final time at Tregaron Trotting Club, Rhys Evans was trapped on the inside and looked as though he would never get clear ground.
S4C will broadcast live coverage from the Tregaron Trotting Festival over the Bank Holiday weekend on Friday and Saturday, August 22 & 23.
In the video, Rohrback leads viewers through Prancercise routines from trotting to shadow-box galloping.
Although dog paddling had never been analyzed, he said, even he on occasion had described it as trotting in water.
Fuelled by more than a few glasses of happy grape juice at her pal's son's going away do, she insisted I must visit Corbiewood for the trotting.
Summary: Britain's Got Talent's latest stars, The Loveable Rogues, say they are not similar to the globe trotting boyband.
Now Trotting Weasel and Sampers could add to that tally.
When I turned around to have a better look, I was totally freaked out to see the fox trotting down my hallway and going into my baby's bedroom when she was napping in her cot.
As a non-Welsh speaker, I don't watch their programmes but, even if I did, I'm not sure their brand of throwback variety "spectaculars", earnest dramas, superannuated talent shows, nature documentaries and trotting would draw me in.