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chug

(jargon)
To run slowly; to grind or grovel. "The disk is chugging like crazy."
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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.
The better economy in the USA and Europe and the emergence of newer markets for Indian exports to the Far East has further strengthened the international export business," Chug says.
A second chug, and this one was much worse than the first.
Is it mere coincidence that Chug is targeted to the same demographics as Gatorade?
will love -- a grilled cheese sandwich and chocolate or regular milk chugs.
Yen found that male copepods, pinhead-size marine crustaceans with only primitive light sensors, chug along the tiny wakes left by females.
So, seekers of contemporary art shouldn't just settle for a visit to Bankside (oops, Tate Modern), but hop aboard the Tate's boat service and chug upstream for the full monty.
I go there every other month for business, and now I will think twice before traveling," Chug said.
Cheek out the episode where during a chug raid in the projects one of the young hoppers dares to strike a policeman.
LANCASTER -- Seventy-year-old tractors gleam as if they just rolled out of the factory and antique one-cylinder engines chug slowly at the Rusty Relics' Antelope Valley Fair display.
Mexico and Brazil chug along at almost 2% per annum, roughly equal to population growth.
For instance, Think Tank, 1993, is half Cat in the Hat, half a passionately staged Gomez Addams toy-train wreck: two choo-choos circumnavigate the brims of giant (nearly six-foot-tall), brightorange top hats that rest on the floor at slight angles so that the trains chug away on the inclines but plummet perilously on the slopes.