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slimy

(slī′mē)
adj. slim·ier, slim·iest
a. Consisting of or resembling slime; viscous: slimy ooze.
b. Covered with or exuding slime: a slimy snail.

slim′i·ly adv.
slim′i·ness n.

slimy

(slī′mē) [AS. slim, smooth]
Resembling slime or a viscid substance; regarding a growth, the ability to adhere to a needle so it can be drawn out as a long thread.
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What is particularly significant about this is that the unique 'conceal it' inquest rules which the British government imposed on Ulster back in the1970s, are now ironically assisting the Real IRA's slimily evasive propaganda campaign.
The characters were flat; the special effects unexceptional; and the extraterrestrials were too slimily reminiscent of half a dozen other movies.
But the Administration has been lobbying against historical truth in this instance, arguing rather slimily that the whole thing is too complicated to make a judgment about, and, more honestly, that in any case our great Turkish ally and client might be offended.