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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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Liam Banks offered a low chance to Leaning at third slip off Ben Coad on nine, although the bowler switched ends to Kirkstall Lane and was rewarded shortly afterwards when Dom Sibley played across one and was lbw as the score slipped to 35 for one in the 12th over.
Warnapura was out just before lunch caught at second slip off pacer Yasir Arafat.
When the muscle and collagen sheath stretch far enough, they begin to slip off the tip of the tongue skeleton.
He had lifted the motor home using an industrial air jack, but the ground beneath it apparently gave way, allowing the motor home to slip off the jack, King said.
I attach Sansha INVIS invisible elastic to my shoes so the heels don't slip off.--Stephanie Rapp
Hours later, the suction cups slip off and the radio-emitting tag bobs to the surface.
Did the condom slip off when the penis was withdrawn after intercourse?
So it is that we might almost say silence is the tribute we pay to holiness; we slip off words when we enter a sacred space, just as we slip off shoes.
But by stalking his subjects from skewed, ever-shifting angles--crucial body parts (a foot, a shoulder, a head) frequently slip off the frame or disappear entirely behind the scene-stealing props--he lends his work both the spontaneity of a snapshot and the wholly contemporary coolness associated with formal or compositional values.
Caroline Holt, a Red Cross worker, says the plight of the 650,000 people who have fled Burma cannot afford to 'slip off the radar'.
Graham Wagg did give the hosts some resistance, but he was to be left stranded on 34 as the result was wrapped up two overs before tea was due when Michael Reed (eight) was taken at first slip off Hall.