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slag

 (slăg)
n.
1. The vitreous mass left as a residue by the smelting of metallic ore.
2. See scoria.
tr. & intr.v. slagged, slag·ging, slags
To change into or form slag.

[Low German slagge, from Middle Low German.]

slag′gy adj.
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Up until the 1980s, the area was known locally as "the slaggy".
Beloved uncle of Jacqueline & Tony & great uncle of Paul, will be greatly missed xx TAYLOR HARRY (Slaggy Island) Always a gentleman.
To reach the Nuttallburg town site, I took the Conveyor Trail, a series of slaggy, unkempt switchbacks descending toward the river.
The show debuted at the start of June and its first series came to an end on Wednesday night when Vicky caught up with some of the, in her own words, "Jealous Julies and Slaggy Sallys" she'd had the pleasure of meeting.
"I wanted to write about teenage sexuality, you know, the idea of being a bit 'slaggy' and going off and being a lady sex pirate and having some fun, not waiting for a millionaire to knock on your door and say, 'Come in my helicopter and I'll make you do rude things'."
"I wanted to write about teenage sexuality, you know, the idea of being a bit 'slaggy' and going oand being a lady sex pirate and having some fun, not waiting for a millionaire to knock on your door and say, 'Come in my helicopter and I'll make you do rude things.'"."
"We're rooted in a funky slaggy world, so a slaggy crocodile playing golf was very fun to imagine," says Crews designer Maroussio Rebecq.
Unfortunately, blonde and popular Slaggy Lindsay also has designs on sex god Robbie.
ANOTHER week, another ridiculous storyline revolving around the grotesque mating habits of slaggy old scrag-neck Liz McDonald, above.