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Specifically, it doesn’t produce as much downward pressure on the heel of your boot, so in a powered-up turn, the G-forces can overcome the binding and result in lateral slop.
Out of the wok comes an umami-rich slop, fried rice only in memory.
I never apprehended,” puts in Dr. Slop, “that such a thing was ever thought of—much less executed.
But, when I looked down, I saw that she had taken away the good egg and left the bad one—all green and yellow—in the slop basin.
May-be you expected to have a china bowl and pitcher in your room, and somebody to empty your slop.
THE ENGLISH ORPHANSMARY JANE HOLMES
Slop sinks have practically the same connections as the closets.
Wash the slop jar and chamber with the cleaning substance or soap and the stiff brush.
It was covered only with an old coat, with a slop or shirt over it, and the head appeared to be dreadfully mangled.
If you will only wait a few minutes he will slop his pond over you with all the genial urbanity of an intimate relation.
At nine I was in the Jewish quarter, striking bargains in an infamous marine slop-shop.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS

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