chug


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chug

(jargon)
To run slowly; to grind or grovel. "The disk is chugging like crazy."
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Every chug is full of such stories--of determination, survival, redemption--but for decades, the abandoned boats were disregarded.
As the name suggests, you've got to throw a dart to hit a square on the dart board and then chug the number of beers that the square indicates.
Footages show that parked car prevented the chug from tumbling over to a gorge.
"On the domestic front, the emergence of the e-business is underlaying a whole lot of opportunities and creating value propositions for the ultimate customers," Chug says.
It would be more responsible to allow people to go anywhere on the festival site carrying a drink than make them chug it, and to offer free water to those who want to sober up.
I pour Wolf a cold Star to chug behind the rubbery chunks and I tease that the tentacles will wiggle in his tummy all night.
He was killed after county sherriffs pulled him and his three companions from an SUV, assuming that they were chug traffickers.
And the new legislation must ensure that the chuggers are once and for all told to chug off.
Forza Marketing Group of Little Rock, the financially struggling advertising firm, continues to chug along with presentations to potential clients.
Well, as you may or may not know, when a Texas boy swallows his pride, he's got to chug a fifty-five-gallon drum of castor oil to prime the chute, and that's what I'm doing.
It may have been a chug, a sign of a compressor stall, or one of the drop tanks beginning to transfer.
And now your lactose-intolerant kid can chug like the best of them from White Wave's half-pint soy milks.