In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1persona que hace footingwe passed a couple of joggers — pasamos a dos que iban corriendo / trotando / haciendo footing / jogging
- Apart from the occasional lobster-hued jogger panting along through the blazing sun, no one appeared to live in the District.
- The news would perhaps dishearten walkers and joggers on Race Course and Nehru Stadium.
- Bella was still smiling when another jogger collided into her with a force that definitely threw her to the side.
- However, her rise to fame will be an inspiration to the thousands of joggers participating in Britain's biggest ever 10k road race.
- Within a few hours the steps will become a traffic jam of joggers as thousands of runners pound out their daily practice.
- That same recreational jogger could keep up with the preferred trotting speed of a thousand-pound horse.
- A friend told him that a jogger on the Cawood-Kelfield road had been told by police to go home.
- I would describe myself more as a jogger than as a runner.
- Police would particularly like to speak to a jogger who helped the boy at the scene.
- Everyone from seasoned runners to the occasional jogger is welcome to take part.
- Police have been on the scene for about two hours now, after an early morning jogger found the body.
- It is an opportunity for fun runners, joggers and charity fund-raisers to rub shoulders with the fast and famous.
- An early morning jogger whizzes past under the dappled sunlight as the street dog barks somewhere round the corner.
- An avid jogger, he likes to stay light on his feet.
- She was the jogger on the mountain road this morning, the one that had reminded him of Katherine.
- The event is open to runners, joggers and walkers alike and covers the 4-mile road circuit.
- We must not forget to mention the skateboards, bicycles, joggers.
- Skyrac is a broad church and members include juniors, road runners, joggers and fellrunners.
- Thus, all those joggers and exercise buffs are always going to be in a minority.
- At 3.6 ounces, the Mini is about 2 ounces lighter than the regular iPod, making it tempting for joggers and gym rats.
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