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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 was the second time in successive matches that Wrexham let slip a two-goal lead.
BEAUTIFUL period costumes from Downton Abbey went on show at a Midland venue this weekend - as producers let slip a major character is being killed off.
Summary: Michael Caine has let slip that he thinks The Dark Knight Rises will not be quite as good as Cars 2.
Corden's guest appearance was meant to be a secret but the comic apparently let slip to a fan on a train to the capital as he learnt his lines.
Swede Parnevik, who let slip a golden chance to win the 1994 Open at the same course, slipped up again after getting himself in a good position with a round of 64 in the morning session, but then falling off the pace to miss out on one of the eight qualifying spots.
Murray had let slip seven match points at 5-4 on the Federer serve but needed just one more, two games later, to set up a semi-final with Russian world number five Davydenko after topping the red group.
BILLINGHAM SYNTHONIA let slip an early lead to lose 2-1 at home to second division high-fliers Birtley in the third round of the Northern League Cup.
I COULDN'T believe it when The Proclaimers let slip they'd covered one of my all-time favourite punk rock songs.
And Denise let slip in front of the whole audience that youngest son Louis was conceived on a DFDS ferry on its way to Amsterdam.
Brummie rocker Ozzy Osbourne may have let slip one expletive too many during his career, but the wild man of rock is often seen being considerate to others.
THE Rossport Five's Micheal O'Seighin let slip an interesting secret when he and his fellow campaigners were released from jail a week ago.
Morton once let slip to Davies that he wanted to travel a continent on a Harley.