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Related to slipped: slipped disc, slipped epiphysis, slipped up

slipped

1. aborted.
2. dislocated or out of place in a more general sense.

slipped claw
flexion of the posterior claw in canaries so the dorsal surface becomes weight-bearing. May be caused by riboflavin deficiency.
slipped disk
see slipped disk.
slipped epiphysis
slipped shoulder
see suprascapular paralysis.
slipped stifle
see patellar luxation.
slipped tendon
see perosis.
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He said: "I was getting out of the shower and I slipped and smashed my nose on the wall.
Some mechanics have slipped off the tube and smacked their head against the upper door frame.
When the sailing industry shifted over to the Hudson River toward the end of the 1800s, the Fourth Ward slipped into a backwater area and became known for its warehouses.
1) For example, 3% of all female condoms slipped out of the woman's vagina; the rate was 11% at first use, but it fell steadily to less than 1% if the method had been used 15 times or more.
The Saturday before, saddles slipped on Just In Time at Ascot and on Bluebelle at Haydock.
Eventually, gravity overcame the attraction between the materials, and the mercury suddenly slipped back, Putterman says.
Tired and weak, an 11-year-old boy was pulled to safety Tuesday in a dramatic three-hour rescue after he slipped into a crevice in a huge rock.
In overseas trading, the dollar has slipped thanks mainly to the thin trading conditions.
I've had metal spikes before and slipped down hills,'' said Woodland Hills' Sherman.
During the last 10 years, he says, he and a co-worker have found ample geologic evidence that the fault has slipped within the last 8,000 years.
This share slipped to 41% in 2000 as the thermal technologies continued to grow in market acceptance and with the introduction of InkJet models from Epson America and TransAct Technologies (Nasdaq:TACT).
This share slipped to 50% in 1999 as the thermal technologies continued to grow in market acceptance.