slopy

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slopy

(ˈsləʊpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
sloping; slanting
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Daniel arap Moi followed Mzee's nyayo of planting trees and went further by encouraging the construction of gabions on slopy areas to save the soil from erosion.
Words with the suffixes -it and -a suffix -it only snob 'snob' larj 'large (generous)' debil 'stupid' bos 'boss' xnun 'nerd' barmen 'barmen' fars 'not cool' inteligent 'intelligent' maafan 'lame' hiler 'healer' babun 'monkey (ugly)' slizi 'sleazy' slux/slox 'slopy' homles 'homeless' dos 'ultra-orthodox' trabel maker 'trouble maker' (derogatory) xnevec 'nerd' kul 'cool'
A statement by the presidency of the region, stated today: "The regions of Aljazeera and Slopy witnessed fighting which fiercely brook out between the PKK and the Turkish army noting that these conditions have provoked anxiety and fear of expanding the war in the region/ End
On examination there are deep ulcers measuring 5x7x2cms over left feet, base is fixed to underlying muscle, floor is covered with pale granulation tissue, edges were slopy, discharge from the ulcer is serosanguinous.
Sunday in Sitio (sub village) Inang Maharang, an interior and slopy farming community of Barangay (village) Nagotgot about 15 kilometers from the town proper, after heavy rains spawned by tropical storm Amang softened soil in the surrounding hillside, Daep said.
"The (land) ambulance crew got to him but couldn't get their ambulance there because it was quite a slopy field.
"It's slopy, fast and not very big and you cannot relax until you have putted out and signed for a score on the hole which I reckon could range from anything from four to ten!
The fairwayisjust29 yards wide.T he2 47-yardp arthreet hird hasa slopy green which is surroundedb y four bunkers.
(Sedmicka, Plavecka, Driny, Zbojnicka, Slopy, and Cachticka) were selected, as well as one cave in the Povazsky Inovec Mts.
Thickness of A-horizons are generally thin resulting from their development under a forest ecosystem characterized by high rainfall and runoff process which wear away soils of the slopy terrain.