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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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PROTECTING HIS SAUCERS Hotel boss Thomas Kochs sips tea but won't let slip secrets
However, in a chat with Liverpool FC chief executive Peter Moore, the Prince apparently let slip the Reds are his second team.
"It will be tough but when we played them at our place it was one of those games we let slip through our fingers so we will go up there hoping we can continue building that bit of momentum.
HUDDERSFIELD Giants let slip their fleeting hopes of a top eight finish in Super League with a 20-19 defeat at Hull KR.
d Joe Schmidt's men let slip the chance of a second successive win in France for the first time in 89 years after failing to capitalise on their early dominance.
Who staged it does not matter, as long as it provides the "havoc cry" that Shakespeare referred to -- to justify the blood thirsty powers that be to "let slip" their "dogs of war".
Reports say that it was Lamar Odom's decision to let slip an opportunity of playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA) again.
LET'S say a fond farewell to formerGulfWeekly music columnist and top DJ Stevie George, the charismatic characterwhich Radio Bahrain let slip through its fingers, who has relocated to SaudiArabia.A lively audience packed Corners on AmwajIslands to listen to his witty repertoire and masterly musical choice for thefinal time on New Year's Eve.Anobvious morning show presenter if ever there was one and the 'voice' who helpedpromote last year's Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix has now settled down in Jeddah...
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The other shock is her language which is even worse than the F word she let slip during her BAFTA acceptance speech for Twenty Twelve back in May.
London, March 9 ( ANI ): The Duchess of Cambridge did not almost let slip that she was expecting a baby girl, according to new video footage.