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slip

(slip)
1. To move out of a customary place; to dislocate (e.g., an intervertebral disk).
2. To slide into or on top of.
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It's been a year since you slipped away from us, but not a day goes by when we don't think of you.
A season that began with Antelope Valley College's football team believing it was a strong contender for a California Community College Championship Bowl Series berth has since slipped away, largely because of an illness to sophomore quarterback Justin Dion and injuries to several other key starters.
Agoura was within a goal in the final seconds of the third quarter when the game slipped away.
OJAI - At the exact point Nordhoff High of Ojai junior running back Will Strong slipped between a pair of tacklers late in Friday night's game, the Oaks Christian High of Westlake Village football team's perfect season slipped away as well.
1 slipped away about as quickly as his lead against a 60th-ranked opponent at the Italian Open in Rome.
Siam forced up two shots in the final 30 seconds, but the Wolverines season had already slipped away.
Then Helen's tired arms slowly slipped away from around Elijah.
Originally, he had planned to call the show ``The Innocent Years,'' but realized America's innocence had slipped away in the 1960s and '70s via political assassinations and the Vietnam War.
But on Thursday, with her 12-year-old sister, Brandi, and other youngsters playing nearby, and Pearson and her husband, Thomas, just inside the home, Wendy slipped away unnoticed.
Photo: (1--Color) Todd Eldredge's hopes of winning a medal likely slipped away when he fell to the ice during the men's figure skating competition.
This title-starved city watched in anguish as its best chance to win the World Series in nearly a half-century slipped away Sunday night, when the Florida Marlins won Game 7 over the Cleveland Indians 3-2 in 11 innings.