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Sly

(slī),
William S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Sly syndrome.
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Two days before they started filming, Talia Shire auditioned, and Sly knew he had his girl.
Sly, who earned PS50,000 for writing and starring in the film, tried sparring with real boxers to find someone to play his opponent Apollo Creed.
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.
Pretty Sly continues the story of Willa Fox and her want-to-be boyfriend, Aidan.
Meanwhile, Sly Old Dogs have postponed their night of mainly Irish and Scottish songs at the Bell Inn, Monks Kirby.
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 Fox is the first outfit in North America to use the new lid; it had been originally developed by Crown Beverage Packaging in partnership with SABMiller and debuted at the FIFA World Cup tournament in South Africa in 2010.
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".