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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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The England international said that any slip-ups are immediately pounced on by his boss.
Los Blancos looked set to suffer a massive upset as Valencia led 2-1 until the Portugal star's magnificent backheel volley late in the 92nd minute ensured his side took a point from the game, even if they failed to capitalise on the slip-ups of Atletico Madrid and Barcelona earlier in the weekend.
PAUL ROBINSON insists Blackburn can still make the play-offs but admits they cannot afford any more slip-ups.
Woolton Cons took full advantage of the slip-ups to record a 6-1 thumping of Guild Hall and now move joint second in the table with Christ The King.
United manager David Moyes admitted that his team could now afford no more slip-ups in the league.
Dembele believes any more slip-ups like the one against West Ham could prove costly.
"There's still time for us to get back into the top six but we can't afford many more slip-ups."
Summary: Safa made the most of slip-ups by Ansar and Ahed over the weekend, grinding out a 1-0 win over relegation-threatened Shabab al-Ghazieh Sunday to remain at the summit of the Lebanese League standings.
We had a few slip-ups but credit to the team, the manager and the fans for the run we have been on.
"You've got to minimise your slip-ups as much as possible."
Accidental or not, Pill's tweet is one of many social media slip-ups. From high profile politicians to overexposed celebs, here are five major Twitter boo-boos that had everyone talking.
Now Griff returns with a brand new collection of slip-ups, gaffes and blunders for the holiday season.