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imp.1.imp. of Sleep. Slept.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ah, but I've lived easy in the meantime, never denied myself o' nothing heart desires, and slep' soft and ate dainty all my days but when at sea.
"La, Miss Briggs," the girl exclaimed, "O, Miss, something must have happened--there's nobody in Miss Sharp's room; the bed ain't been slep in, and she've run away, and left this letter for you, Miss."
You've nigh slep' the clock around, young feller," was the greeting.
The officers of each boat lived with, ate the same food, and slep in the same tent with their crew, so that each boat wa quite independent of the others.
There was dust that thick in the place that you might have slep' on it without `urtin' of yer bones.
I hanna slep' more nor four hour this night as is past an' gone; an' then it was nothin' but nightmare, as tired me worse nor wakin'."
Zeena fell asleep and slep' ever so long, and I thought I'd be frozen stiff before I could wake her up and get her to 'tend to it."
Both the SLEP and new ATACMS rounds will be produced at Lockheed Martin's Precision Fires Production Center of Excellence in Camden, Arkansas.
"Under the legacy SLEP, we had to go through multiple parties--when the Navy depot found a failed part, it had to order a replacement from industry and wait for the part to be shipped, and most of those parts have not been produced for decades," said Scott Dailey, the F/A-18 & EA-18G Program Office deputy program manager for air vehicle systems.
Moreover, boys' behaviour seems to be more consistent with their cognitive schemas than girls' behaviour, as girls justify aggression to a lesser extent than boys but display similar rates of aggression (e.g., O'Leary & Slep, 2003).