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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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Mangrobang said the Chinese nationals who eventually returned to government custody gave the same reasons for slipping away.
Slumped in the footwell of the Northumbria Police Volvo T5, the father-of-two felt his life slipping away as blood poured from his wounds.
He tells ITV's Tonight programme that felt his life slipping away as blood poured from his wounds.
ENGLAND seamer Ryan Sidebottom took inspiration from a lunch-time inquest into the team's dismal performance to spark a dramatic turnaround in fortunes just as the Test appeared to be slipping away.
He not only took the time to listen, he shared his professional knowledge on how to keep my in-laws' property from slipping away, and he assured me that I could contact him in the future with any further questions.
In Coronation Street, it's Mike Baldwin's (Johnny Briggs) mind which is slipping away.