They take with them a quantity of food, and when the commissary department fails they "skirmish," as Jack terms it in his sinful, slangy
And there's nothing rude or slangy
in what she does say.
Mr Pickering did not put it so to himself, for he was rarely slangy
even in thought, but what he felt was that he had caught The Man and his confederate with the goods.
And that night, coming out of the cannery, he was interviewed by his fellow workmen, who were very angry and incoherently slangy
It is a dictionary of Urdu's non-standard, slangy
varieties and social dialect used by working classes.
According to media reports, a rickshaw carrying some 8 people was on its way from Slangy
to Qazi Ahmad when a speedy coach hit with it.
They were shouting with very strong British accents, but it was not correct English, it was quite slangy
And I suspect that most of the time, students who call faculty members by their first names and send slangy
messages are not seeking a more casual rapport.
Hence Great Comet's score, which super-collides folk and classical with techno, much as Malloy's book and lyrics alternate slangy
anachronism with verbatim Tolstoy, and the show's aesthetic laces its czarist Russian setting with post-Soviet flourishes.
Good Bye Alexander, Good Bye Honey Boy" (1918)--the title refers both to the contemporary and successful Honey Boy Minstrel Troupe, as well as to Irving Berlin's "Alexander's Ragtime Band" (1911)--features slangy
lyrics, but its cover is racially ambiguous.
The composition of each page typically consisted of a background image, a browser window, and found slangy
musings about love, appearing in the visual style of animated texts produced by Taobao, a major Chinese online-shopping site.
In his final novel, he has great fun with both his characters and their slangy
, inventive and often ribald ways of speech: "Holy wow