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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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Thus, Nashe endorses a sense of prose in which the meaning is unstable and, Barbour argues, in its slipperiness can bear association with various forms of imagination (dreams) or treachery (74-75).
1) Prevention and elimination of winter slipperiness by sprinkling and pluzenie roadway streets of the municipal road category.
In normal driving the power goes to the back wheels, but if the car senses a bit of slipperiness under the tyres then drive is transmitted to the front wheels to boost grip.
The scope of services includes the removal of snow and slush from roads, streets, parking lots, bus bays and public squares and the removal of winter slipperiness.
The extent of the ConDem Government's slipperiness is clear from a Parliamentary Answer revealing 140,000 of the 187,210 in uniform will suffer a real fall in their living standards.
9 to the SETC)- The list of roads for sanding with small amount of salt (Annex 10 to the ToR)- The list of roads for sandblasting (Annex 11 to the ToR)- The list of roads designed to purify (Annex 12 to the ToR)- The list of sidewalks intended for manual snow removal and prevention of slipperiness (Annex 13 to the ToR)- The list of car parks, squares and plazas for manual and mechanical snow removal and prevention of slipperiness (Annex 14 to the ToR)- The list of wells, wells glands, which need to be cleared of snow after pluzeniu individual streets (Annex 15 to the ToR).
ELECTRONIC devices in brooms used by the British curling teams to test ice slipperiness may now save lives on frozen roads.
Present the removal of the slipperiness of roadways, intersections, bus bays and pedestrian crossings.
SMA's critics say slipperiness occurs on new, dry roads.
He tested the slipperiness of a number of them in various states of decay to see if any were particularly hazardous.
This leaves the vagina prone to infection and abrasions as it has lost much of its natural slipperiness.