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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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They will be keen to ensure there are no slip-ups at a Villa side who have lost four of their last six.
CAPTAIN John Terry has urged Chelsea to take advantage of recent slip-ups by their title rivals and restore their once healthy lead at the top of the Premier League.
The Argentinian trailed overnight leader Michael Hoey at the start of the third round on Porto Santo but capitalised on his rivals' slip-ups to lie three strokes ahead of Damien McGrane and four in front of Carlos Rodiles.
IC SAYS: United look rampant and if there are any more slip-ups Liverpool will need snookers.
But there were no further slip-ups as van Barneveld allowed his rival only one leg in the final two sets.
Stuart Pearce side are unbeaten so far in the group and have yet to concede a goal, but cant afford any slip-ups ahead of their crunch clash with Portugal.
Stuart Pearce's side are unbeaten so far in the group and have yet to concede a goal, but can't afford any slip-ups ahead of their crunch clash with Portugal.
Two defensive slip-ups handed the visitors the points as Darlington shot themselves in the foot after a bright start.
John Gregory won't have expected Worthington Cup defeat at the hands of Sheffield Wednesday in midweek, but if the Villa continue to capitalise on more fancied outfits' slip-ups, it could turn out to be a blessing in
But he is fully aware he cannot afford any slip-ups tonight against his fellow Brummie, Mark Ramsey.
Names of co-workers were often the subject of the verbal slip-ups.
And 22 -year-old midfielder Carey admits the Buddies can't afford any slip-ups in their pre-split fixtures, starting with St Johnstone this weekend, if they are to finish in the top half of the SPL.