dogtrot


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a steady trot like that of a dog

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A cottage called DogTrot sits on a ridge and has a big master suite with an outdoor Japanese soaking tub for two.
A dogtrot is a covered breezeway, long used in Southern architecture, that keeps the hot kitchen separate from the cooler living and sleeping areas.
In honor of Be Kind to Animals Week, bring your pooch and help support the Humane Society by joining in the fun at this annual dogtrot.
From her dogtrot cabin someone is playing a banjo and singing.
Some of the vices of the thesis-form remain, but mostly the book reads clearly in solid dogtrot English.
The Ponderosa" is produced and distributed in North America by Associated Television International, and executive produced by Beth Sullivan, David McKenzie, Paul Carat and David Dogtrot.
Stops on the Ramble include the Victorian-era Charles-Clark House built in 1894, the Greek Revival Richardson-Willis Plantation home built in 1839, the antebellum Mitchell-Horne-McCormick-Pate-Lawson House that was built in the mid 1830s, and Twin Oaks Farm, featuring an early 1900s Pulaski County Precinct Voting Courthouse and a restored dogtrot log cabin built in the pioneer era.