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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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As a first step, IBM and Slack intend to develop new and improved communications tools for users of the Slack platform, including an updated Slackbot to be powered by Watson and an IBM Watson-enabled bot for IT and network operations.
People describe Slack as Internet Relay Chat (IRC) for the 21st century.
Regarding the unabsorbed slack, although it is significant only at the level of 15%, there is a relationship among the variables, but with a relatively lower increase compared to the potential and absorbed slacks.
Todd Slack says Don Major had bids for his Springfield business from a number of corporations and "could have made several thousand dollars more" by accepting one of those offers.
Rishabh also found a pair of slacks he could wear with the blazer, a second pair of slacks, four colored T-shirts, boxer shorts and socks.
Farmers Mick and Henia Slack moved to Welshpool in 2002 after buying Moors Farm, once the principal farmhouse of Powis Castle.
Fueled in part by the most recent recession, slack is viewed as an unnecessary cost to organizations.
If you're like me and use a wheelchair, consider buying slacks or trousers one size larger.
In 1931, Ruby bought out his partner and began producing men's separate slacks.
industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men's and boys jeans, dungarees, and other separate trousers and slacks (except work pants) from purchased fabric.
Revealed during CEO Stephen Kellys keynote speech at Sage Summit, Pegg acts as a smart assistant that allows users to track expenses and manage finances through messaging apps which currently boast more than 2 billion users worldwide such as Facebook messenger and Slack.
Councilman Bob Kellar, in suit slacks and a dress shirt, said increased trust among council members was crucial if they were to do their best for the city.