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Plog

(1) (Photo bLOG) A blog that is primarily used to display photos. Generic blogging services may be used, but plogs that are designed specifically for displaying photos are also created. Like a blog, postings are displayed in chronological order. In contrast, photo sharing websites offer features such as editing, folder organization and photo printing. See photo sharing site, blog service, vlog and blog.

(2) (Personalized bLOG) A private blog visible only to customers of Amazon.com. The entries come from the blogs of authors whose books the customer has purchased, from authors suggested by Amazon.com who the customer approves as well as from the company itself when it has timely information to convey. See Amazon.com and blog.
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Triple Concerto for trumpet, horn, trombone, and orchestra by Anthony Plog. ENS68a, 1995/2008, 51 CHF for piano reduction; orchestral version for rental.
But there was also an alternative mode among the rising generation, perhaps more 'allocentric' in Plog's terms: those who sought adventure on the Continent through independent travel, including hitch-hiking, some of whose experiences are picked up in the oral history research by Akhtar and Humphries.
For example, in Plog's vision (1972), a tourist typology recognizes allocentrics (adventuresome, individual travel), mid-centrics (individual travel to destinations with facilities), and psychocentrics (packaged holidays to popular destinations), depending on how tourists conform to societal or individual desires.
Finalists in the "Best Syndicated Strip or Panel" category include Darby Conley ("Get Fuzzy"/United Media), Patrick McDonnell ("Mutts"/King Features Syndicate), Garry Trudeau ("Doonesbury"/Universal Press Syndicate), Keith Knight ("The K Chronicles"/self-syndicated), and Mark Wheatley, Daniel Krall, Robert Tinnell, MJ Butler, Craig Taillerfer, Matthew Plog, and Jerry Carr (" The Mighty Motor-Sapiens"/self-syndicated).
(33) We can only speculate on the use of psychological and religious manipulation that occurred to accomplish this replenishment of labor, a campaign Gary Coombs and Fred Plog reduced to an "effort on the part of the fathers (through baptisms) to balance population and food supply." (34)
Centrics: In the Plog Continuum, a psychological middle ground between Dependables and Venturers.
According to ARD topper Jobst Plog, 30% of commissions are granted to its subsidiaries, a figure that has not changed for years.