Jog


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jog

[jäg]
(crystallography)
A shift in a dislocation from one crystal plane to another.

Jog

A change in direction in a joint or member.

jog

Any irregularity in a line or surface.
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RUNNING TO SAY THANKS: Dad-of-two Reza Ali will run the Jingle Jog for the neonatal unit - the day before his son Steffan's first birthday His son Steffan was born eight weeks premature on December 10 and spent the first three and a half weeks on the neonatal unit.
The run is not confined to Naas, as 5km jogs will be taking place simultaneously at Cork, Down Royal, Galway and Leopardstown.
Santas at the start of the jog in Bute Park, Cardiff
Sessions currently being run in Kirklees are: Jog Scissett, Mondays 6.
The jOG is compatible with over 100 games and makes all your favourite games super-fun as well as improving your fitness.
Connected between the nunchuck and Wii remote, then clipped to the belt of the gamer, jOG detects when the player takes a step and moves the character accordingly.
He said that jOG will not only banish game playing's couch potato image but ultimately makes game playing more fun and interactive.
We find that often times one of a family's first purchases is that of a child carrier or jog stroller," said Cynthia Dean Upside Over Co-Founder.
2) Arleta resident Ramon Lopez, left, and his jogging partner Pacoima resident Adolfo Cortez prepare for their early morning jog at Hansen Dam.
Participants get under way in the 'Hearts First' jog at North Solihull Sports Centre' Mayor of Solihull, John Reeve, sounds the klaxon to officially start the jog' First past the post: Colin Pickwood, aged 60, from Knowle' First lady finisher, Alison Barnes, from Castle Bromwich' Heart disease victim Paige Laight, with mum Lisa and dad Alan, from Sheldon' The team from Marston Green Nursery and Infant School' Sophie, aged 7, Stephen, and Chloe, aged 7' The Gay family: Hannah, aged 13' Emily, aged 8' mum Karen' Jo Smith, Val Matthews, Clare Linton, Lisa Lovell
If you can't exercise or jog for 20 minutes, simply go as far as you can.