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  • n  someone who runs a steady slow pace (usually for exercise)

  • That was the legacy of the Central Park jogger case, which in 1989 introduced New York City and the world to the word wilding.
  • A jogger runs by the Yahoo! campus in Sunnyvale, Calif.
  • If you've ever been a commuter or a tourist, a jogger or a caregiver to small children, you can attest that there's a serious lack of public toilet facilities in America.
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  • Jogger robbed at gunpoint in Lancaster County
    A jogger is a victim of an armed robbery in Lancaster County. A 24-year-old Mountville man was jogging in the area of Huntington and Spring Hill Lanes at 6:51 Tuesday evening when three men in a beige sedan stopped. Two …
    June 19, 2013 - FOX 43 Harrisburg
  • Jogger robbed at gunpoint in Mountville
    A jogger was robbed at gunpoint in Mountville Tuesday evening, West Hempfield Township police reported.The 24-year-old Mountville man was jogging at Huntington and Spring Hill lanes shortly before 7 p.m.A beige sedan approached and two males got out of the car, police said.One had a silver handgun a...
    June 19, 2013 - Lancaster Online
  • Jogger finds stolen gun
    By Dalton Sweat - Staff Reporter Friday morning, a man was jogging on Mimosa Circle around 11:45 a.m. when he noticed “something strange” sticking out from the landscaping. After removing the item from hiding, the jogger realized it was a large handgun. Click here to see the full story in our e-Edition.
    June 18, 2013 - San Marcos Daily Record

  • Alain Finkielkraut in Washington Post
    Western civilization, in its best sense, was born with the promenade,said Finkielkraut. "Walking is a sensitive, spiritual act. Jogging is management of the body. The jogger says I am in control. It has nothing to do with meditation."
  • Mick Keelty in Ninemsn
    I've never worked with the AFP at Redfern, I wasn't in Sydney in those days,Mr Keelty told reporters. "I've never seen Mark Standen in shorts, let alone gone jogging with him. I think everyone knows I'm a jogger."
  • Jerry Brown in The Associated Press
    She could have circled the planet in a sailboat by herself. When she was little, she had braces on her legs and managed to become a fantastic athlete. She qualified for Wimbledon when she was 16. My mother was such a competitor - an early jogger in... Sigourney Weaver Los Angeles Times,0,3971174.storylink&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEqIGc9iOUkjB2B_HxrfQCS8TE6vw Nov 28, 2009 54738 72235 jogging Asked if he regrets the comments, which he made to a radio reporter while jogging in the Oakland Hills, Brown said: I'll tell you this, jogging in the hills with sweaty strangers will no longer result in conversations."

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