plod


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to walk heavily, slowly, and with difficulty

to do tedious, laborious, and sometimes menial work

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the act of walking with a slow heavy gait

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walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud

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because he's just figment my It also pushed me towards rekindling my relationship with PC Plod. I mean, if we're all holograms, then Plod-o is every bit as real as I am because he's just a figment of my imagined reality, which isn't real anyway, not because it's imagined, but because I'm not real.
The plod will start at 10.30am, with the option of taking part in the fivemile Rudolph Run at 9am.
I also remember being sent home early when the snow got too deep and the long plod home.
Proceeds from the Plod will be given to a chosen charity at a later date.
He earned the nickname Rod the Plod after joining the police force.
Noddy, Big Ears, Mr Plod and their Toyland friends were created in 1949 by Enid Blyton and brought to life through the illustrations of Dutchman Harmsen Van Der Beek.
YOU SILLY PLOD! Freeway at junction of the M25 and M23
NODDY and his Toyland friends including Big-Ears and Mr Plod are coming to Warwickshire as part of their Summer Tour.
The second LifeStyle Porthkerry Plod, organised in association with Penarth and Dinas Runners, takes place on Sunday, April 29 at 10am.
INS AND OUTS: Rod the Plod returns but his long-suffering aunt Jackie will be off
Which is why, no doubt, they admit to a rise in violent crime, for any idiot knows that if you've had your head kicked in, you call the plod. And, by the same token, why they boast a reduction in theft of cars and from cars.
The show was set in and around magical Toy Town where Noddy lives with pals Mr Wobbly, Clockwork Mouse, Bumpy Dog and, of course, Mr Plod.
THEY call him Plod because he quietly goes about his business and yesterday Luke Donald snuck to the top of the leaderboard to launch his bid to make a Ryder Cup comeback.
Twelve-month-old Mr Plod, a giant English rabbit, tips the scales at 17 and three-quarter pounds - and staff at the leading Black Country tourist attraction say he's still growing!
The Pink Plod is taking place at Roath Park Lake, Cardiff, at 12.30pm on Friday, October 28.