jog trot


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jog trot

an easy bouncy gait, esp of a horse, midway between a walk and a trot
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John Dunn, Professor of Political Theory at the University of Cambridge, and his eminent Anglo-American team take us at a steady jog trot from Cleisthenes of Athens (who Herodotus said |founded the democracy for the Athenians' in what we call 508-7 BC) to the day before yesterday.
Those drumbeats bang louder as Gordis in another chapter jog trots through the dense, interrelated political and religious quarrels that nineteenth-century historians misleadingly labeled the Antinomian controversy (Gordis gives a misleading definition of antinomianism on page 147 by conflating it with Familism, thereby demonstrating again that labels guide perception as much for scholars as for Puritans).