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I'm confident I can get to the first 13 miles but the second will be a long hard slog.
"I think people are weary of the long slog," he told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show.
It will be a real slog for Michael Hoey in Catalunya
It's been a long slog but the work really needed doing because this was such a terrible road.
But if things like that keep happening, it will be a slog to the end of the season.
He said: "It was a slog, but I don't know if it was that frustrating.
Steven Crook went for broke early and fatally skied a slog at Ateeq Javid.
In T20 cricket, there's no telling a 'slog shot' from a 'cricketing shot'.
Dr John Philpott, of consultancy The Jobs Economist, said: "We correctly forecast 2013 would be a year of hard slog, with longer hours for no extra real reward.
NICKY HENDERSON yesterday regained a formidable support act to Saturday's Hennessy Gold Cup favourite Bobs Worth when announcing a rethink on talented chaser Roberto Goldback despite concerns over a "three-and-a-quartermile slog in soft ground".
Originally commissioned and published in England as a short story, Slog's Dad spans a brief spring afternoon.
It is told through the eyes of Davie whose best friend, Slog, has to cope with the death of his father--and not just any old death.