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slack

loose; not taut.

slack cap
a can of meat with one of the ends bulging slightly indicating the beginnings of a blown can.
slack loin
hollow-flanked with too much room between the last rib and the thigh.
slack pastern
too much slope in the pastern.
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Slacker and LiveXLive are combining content programming teams and building a network of both audio and video channels that stretch across mobile, TV apps, and in-car infotainment systems.
Both Denton Slacker and Fourth Circle Enterprises will run as separate organizations, with the goal of offering each other's services to Denton businesses to allow a "one stop shop" for clients to effectively manage online promotion in ways that complement the two organizations individual offerings.
Like Dunham, whose slacker protagonist has been criticised for not being 'likable', (6) Harris' show has been accused of 'rub[bing] some viewers the wrong way'.
Slackers don't goof off nearly as much when they know the other group members personally.
The service offers three complementary tiers, the entirely free Slacker Basic Radio, the ad-free Slacker Radio Plus and the on-demand Slacker Premium Radio.
Lanzar mas estaciones eu espanol dentro de Radio Slacker es darle el reconocimiento que merece la comunidad latina y es agregar emisoras que hacian falta para darle un poquito mas de variedad de musica a la gente", senalo Edgar Pineda, programador de Radio Slacker.
Dealing with a workplace slacker is neither easy nor fun.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), a United States-based automaker, is planning to launch Slacker Radio in new cars through the Ford Sync AppLink.
Withnail & I RICHARD E Grant has spent his entire career trying to better the debut performance he put in on this archetypal British slacker movie from '87.
Not a phenomenon that you'd readily agree to associate with the word, slacker, right?
Terrestrial radio has nowhere to go but down," says Jim Cady, CEO of Slacker, Pandora's nearest competitor in the Interact radio field.
The success of slacker films like Wake Up Sidand Rocket Singh has been driven by GenNow's changing idea of achievement