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someone who walks in a laborious heavy-footed manner

someone who works slowly and monotonously for long hours

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a boxer noted for an ability to deliver hard punches

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Slogger Cricket Bat & Ball Set, JJB Sports or www.jjbsports.com.
corn)." -CASSANDRA LAVALLE, SLOGGER AT SEATTLE'S COCO + KELLEY
In the 2007 Twenty20 World Cup, Broad was carted for six sixes in an over by Indian slogger Yuvraj Singh.
That aggressive style of batting, which has brought 27 sixes to put him fifth on the England list of Test big-hitters, has led to some critics labelling him as a slogger.
Older Cardiffians will also remember 'Slogger' who was always in the bar and basked in the glory of playing for Penarth RFC when they beat the Baa-Baas.
e Trojan could hardly be called good looking, being a fair and square, boxy slogger in the delivery league and because of being a bit of a footsoldier is sometimes overlooked today.
I think the selectors look closely at your four-day form too, so hopefully I've shown that I'm not just a T20 slogger and that I can go about compiling an innings in the right way."
But the once-troubled Pomersbach doesn't want to be pigeonholed as a short-form slogger and is hoping to follow in Marsh's footsteps by testing himself in the sport's toughest arena.
"The ground is not necessarily to his liking but he's a slogger. He'll get through it and run a good race.
England's scare against West Indies will stand them in good stead for the remainder of the summer, according to their star slogger Kevin Pietersen.
During the event the pupils got into the swing of things by testing out the Slogger cricket game, one of a selection of pre-installed games available on the screen which uses sensors to pick up players' movements.
"It doesn't bother me if people think I am unorthodox, a slogger, a hacker or a monkey."
The engineering guru also claimed that Britain must learn to reward the 'determined slogger' - rather than just those who are effortlessly brilliant - because they often make the best inventors.
WILLIAM Williams, known as "Slogger", the young collier, of Pontygwaith Cottages, Treharris, has now broken all coal-cutting records in Great Britain.