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jogging

[′jäg·iŋ]
(electricity)
Quickly repeated opening and closing of a circuit to produce small movements of the driven machine. Also known as inching.
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"I was jogging when he touched my private parts and then fled the place.
The online survey showed the alarming differences women experience while working out compared to men, who only accounted for 4 percent of those harassed while jogging. Meanwhile, of all the women surveyed, 94 percent of them said their offenders were men.
Jogging builds one's immune system and the body becomes stronger and can resist infections.
Prof Ijaz Chaudhry, a regular morning-walker, told reporter on Sunday that all of us have to be careful while on the jogging track at the park since no repairs have been carried out since the jogging track was laid down at the park.
Often I stopped jogging, caught my breath, and took a walk instead.
Your lifespan benefits from little jogging slow and often.
Jogging from one to 2.4 hours a week was associated with the lowest Overall, significantly lower mortality rates were found in those who adopted a slow or moderate jogging pace.
Jogging from 1 to 2.4 hours per week was associated with the lowest mortality and the optimal frequency of jogging was no more than three times per week.
A large number of people in Jeddah loving to practice jogging believe that it is not only good for health but also leads to new personal relationships and friendships.
More than two kilometres of the Jumeirah Corniche Walk as well as the jogging track starting from the Dubai Sailing Club to near the Dubai Municipality's Umm Suqeim centre have been completed and will be opened to sports enthusiasts today.
Miami, FL, April 13, 2013 --(PR.com)-- An innovative new product designed to provide those on the go with convenient access to water, the Multi-Purpose Jogging Belt, has been developed by James Turner of Olive Branch, Mississippi.