slade


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slade

or

slaid

n
a sledge

slade

(sleɪd)
n
(Physical Geography) a dingle or small valley
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Then we sent them home under Brigadier-General Fanny Marsh; then the Lieutenant-General and I went off on a gallop over the plains for about three hours, and were lazying along home in the middle of the afternoon, when we met Jimmy Slade, the drummer-boy, and he saluted and asked the Lieutenant-General if she had heard the news, and she said no, and he said:
There was a girl at the Slade school who supported her mother and two sisters by her drawing.
It would have been better for William-a-Trent to have been abed with sorrow--says the ballad--than to be that day in the greenwood slade to meet with Little John's arrow.
I'M not sure about you, but I find the big Russell Slade question at Cardiff City is starting to get rather monotonous.
Russell Slade has either produced a solid, functional team who are technically one win off the play-off spots.
CARDIFF CITY manager Russell Slade is rather like the Jeremy Corbyn of the football world.
HOWDEN, part of the Hyperion Insurance Group, announced this week that it has completed the acquisition of Perkins Slade Forrest Holdings.
RUSSELL SLADE spent his youth revelling in Nottingham Forest's glory days - but is keen to make sure his boyhood club have nothing to celebrate against Cardiff today.
HENRY SLADE is backing jelly babies to boost his England debut against the Barbarians today.
HENRY SLADE booted Quins into touch with a 27-point solo show.
Novelist David Mitchell is to publish a new novel titled Slade House, that started as a Twitter story, The Guardian news company revealed on Wednesday
In addition, Slade has added new agents and a transactions coordinator to his team, introduced an open house app and been featured in the New York Times.