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The boot's sole prevents slippage.
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White evangelical Christians were the only group showing slight signs of slippage in preliminary exit polls.
Gradually, Bae introduces slippages in perspective, making the reader less and less certain of who is doing the talking, and whose story is really being told.
My theory — again, this is in the game column — is that Peters’ slippage was at least tangentially related to Eric Berry’s injury.
Within a couple of weeks of the initial story from the Washington Post, Moore had stopped and begun to reverse his slippage in the polls.
One issue for parent General Motors has been that executives—frustrated by Cadillac’s years of U.S. slippage and failure to gain traction in Europe—haven’t invested in their luxury brand with the same gusto as rivals such as Daimler and BMW.
The works solidified, as the pizza’s cheese cooled, into a mass; there was, unfortunately, between the pizza’s foundation and its toppings, a lot of slippage.
The book has the velocity of a thriller yet the causal slippages associated with high modernist writing like Beckett’s or Kafka’s.
Even assuming a bit of slippage, don’t wisdom and expertise make up for declines in physical or mental vigor?
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