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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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amp;nbsp;The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) warned drivers about limited visibility and slippery road conditions most of Sunday, and motorists were asked to use other routes.
The post Troodos roads open but slippery appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
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If the slippery surface is external such as a car park or walkway, an anti-slip traffic paint will provide a tough anti-slip surface perfect for covering asphalt or concrete.
The "logical slippery slope" occurs when the legalization of euthanasia for a very limited group of people in very limited circumstances is expanded to include more people in more situations.
He said the road has become very slippery particularly at Zojila, Meenmarg, Zero-Point, India Gate and other places, where the mercury remained below minus.
At least 23 passengers of a bus were hurt on Thursday when the vehicle skidded and turned turtle because the road was slippery due to the early morning rain.
A slippery surface can be an advantage for some coatings and a dangerous disadvantage for others.
JAYTEE JET remains marginal favourite over Slippery Fred and Ballydoyle Honey for the Ladbrokes Easter Cup at Shelbourne Park after all three won their second-round heats last weekend.
Working with LiquiGlide's patented breakthrough slippery coating technology, Pact Group will explore innovative new paint packaging solutions that allow consumers to use more of the paint they purchase and reduce the environmental impact associated with residual paint.
But in simulations, slippery dark matter particles pool too easily, creating deep gravitational wells in which galaxies crowd more densely than observed in the real universe.