slattery


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slattery

(ˈslætərɪ)
adj
slovenly
References in classic literature ?
Slattery seems never to have asked any one to ride a tandem.
LEE SLATTERY finished runnerup in the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek as a maiden in 2008 and the Southport man has returned to the venue full of confidence three years later having recently nailed his first European Tour title.
FORMER shop assistant Lee Slattery checked out in style as he won the Madrid Masters yesterday.
Standing on five-under par after the first round, just two shots off the pace, Dredge slipped to a 73, finishing the second day seven behind leader Lee Slattery.
Approaching the final hole of their second rounds both Lee Slattery and Nick Dougherty needed a birdie to get into what proved to be the last round as the event was cut to 54 holes after torrential rain.
Michael Slattery, from Rathkeale, Co Limerick, allegedly spied the prized piece in Baltimore's posh EA Mack Antiques.
Now instead of rivalling Gleneagles and St Andrews, as Slattery dreamed, the course in Armadale, West Lothian, has become an overgrown and waterlogged wasteground.
Prosecutor Tony Trigg told Cardiff Crown Court that Slattery had been drinking with his partner Tracy Roberts at a pub near his then home in Canton, before behaving in a 'bizarre fashion'.
Julian Clarke punched Thomas Slattery, aged 39, in the face, causing blood vessels in his neck to burst and bleeding into his brain, Birmingham Crown Court heard.
Mike Slattery, who was operations manager in the vehicle preparation department at the failed car manufacturer, has launched Quality Leadership Consultancy, a business advisory company.
Michael Slattery said that services today would focus on John Paul's life.
According to Jim Slattery, Trade Show committee chairman, "the 2nd Annual Real Estate Trade Show was an excellent opportunity to showcase the products and services offered and network to expand business directly within the real estate industry.