Slape


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a.1.Slippery; smooth; crafty; hypocritical.
Slape ale
plain ale, as opposed to medicated or mixed ale.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Pontypridd were skittled out for a meagre 40 as Ryan Hudson (6-12) and Mitchell Slape (4-27) ran riot with the ball and tore through the hosts.
Slape, a resident of Morehead City, North Carolina.
In reply, Jason Dobbie's 30 helped Chepstow reach 132 before they were bowled out with Mitchell Slape boasting a five-wicket haul.
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Doug Slape has been promoted to second-in-command at the Texas Department of Insurance.
Hendargo Clifford D, to Slape Gregory Paul & Kelly Sue; 3387 Bentley Ave, Eugene; $345,000.
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Subgroup Chair Doug Slape, chief financial analyst, Texas Department of Insurance, countered that regulators could not ignore the fact that there have been statements in the press that a shadow industry could emerge.
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Newton County Sheriff Keith Slape said he doesn't think Anonymous leaked any data from his office, but it did hinder the Newton County Sheriff's Office's ability to receive anonymous electronic tips, as well as release information to the public.
Billy, who went to the game with his uncle Duane Slape, said he wept again when favourite player Alfie Potter put the minnows ahead for a second time after Liverpool equalised.
It was bought by two bachelor brothers who farmed at Slape. Everyone laughed, Slape being a place that had supposedly gone into a coma in the 19th Century and not come to yet.