Sly


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms, Idioms, Wikipedia.

Sly

(slī),
William S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sly syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Stone, whose real name is Sylvester Stewart, led the group Sly and the Family Stone to a string of hits in the 1960s and early '70s including "Everyday People,'' "Dance To The Music'' and "Family Affair.
Sly will be in London tomorrow for the world premiere of action movie The Expendables 3, which also stars Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford and Wesley Snipes.
Sly use Nauta Design for the open plan interior design of their yachts to create an ultra modern saloon with a choice of lightened wood, oak-lined or lacquered finishes.
Sly was pictured in yesterday's Record stranded on a roof in Paisley.
The highlight, "Du dieu d'amour" gives Sly a long-sustained line with marvelous obligato gamba work from Melisande Corriveau, beautifully joined by Luc Beausejour at the harpsichord.
Sly, who has trained just two winners over jumps this season, collapsed on the floor in agony when leading her runner Chicklemix off the horsebox and was taken to Harrogate District Hospital.
Miss Sly, who was in the house with eldest son Anthony, now aged 24, had simply 'given up' after years of threats and violence from the security guard, Black Country coroner Robin Balmain said yesterday.
Prosecutor William Clegg QC said evidence suggested Mr Sly had been tied up and beaten to death over a "prolonged period".
It is with great sorrow that we must say goodbye to Tony Sly of No Use For A Name," said the label's website.
Sly appeared by video link from custody before Llandudno Magistrates yesterday.
MEDIA giant Trinity Mirror has announced that its chief executive Sly Bailey has given notice and is to leave the company at the end of the year.
Revisions in asthma definitions may account for some but not all of the increase, Sly says.