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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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Typically, our uncovered lineman will slip off the double into the window to second level.
It does not round or slip off fasteners because it evenly distributes force around the work surface.
It makes me feel nervous that it will slip off completely," she said.
To solve the slippery socket problem, we made a shock strut tool that will not slip off the nut and works every time.
Amber Horton spotted Kieran Martin slip off rocks and fall in.
Two per cent of condoms slip off because guys don't stay aroused.
A coolpounds 1100 is up for grabs so fancy taking the betting slip off my hands for 500 quid, Mr Romanov?
The only joy for the hosts was the wicket of Virender Sehwag, who was caught by Habibul Bashar at first slip off the bowling of Mashrafe Mortaza for 10 with the score on 14.
Gear is easier to stow and access, and if it proves to be warm day, you even can slip off the boat for a dip.
One way to do it quickly and easily is to put the garlic cloves in a microwave oven for 15 seconds and the skins will slip off, or alternatively to hit the clove hard with the flat side of a large knife, which will split it and make removing the skin easy.
However Jarvis was the first to go caught by Steve McDonald at second slip off Sultan Khan for 26.