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Vagrant Sam-Slicks, who rove over the Earth doing 'strokes of trade,' what wealth have they?
PAST AND PRESENTTHOMAS CARLYLE
A perceptible odor arises from the slicks, so that the boatmen will often say, "I smell blue-fish."
Why—why, I suppose that the sign of it is when a fellow slicks his hair back with water.
THIS SIDE OF PARADISEF. SCOTT FITZGERALD
These "slicks" are not the least curious feature of blue-fishing.
Gotta hole in his peg-leg you can drive a car through slicks a whistle—allowin you can find the hole.
DUST OF THE DESERTROBERT WELLES RITCHIE

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