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verb as in slit

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verb as in earmark


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If the Bearcats drop a game, an unbeaten BYU should take that slot.

While a single meeting can take multiple back-and-forths via email, Calendly shows only the available time slots of a user—bypassing any need for a lengthy email exchange.

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The tribes sought federal approval in early 2017 to operate a gambling facility off reservation land that would give 25 percent of its slot revenue to the state of Connecticut.

Comes completely free off the slot, which is particularly odd because he gave away the rush early and Jones had adjusted the protection.

A smaller slot in the chest pocket is perfect for separating sundries.

Using a heatproof slotted spoon, remove the shallots to a paper towel-lined plate.

At home, I changed her diaper and slotted her into her high chair.

NBC slotted it behind The Voice, its top-rated show, and launched it the day after it aired the Super Bowl.

He had slotted the treasury post for his junior partner, Bennett.

In the United States, only 10 percent of charitable donations is slotted specifically for girls.

The outer end of the bar is slotted to receive the eccentric handle, through which a bolt, D, passes to form a bearing.

Bend the lower tube at right angles and insert it in a wood block, previously slotted with a saw to make a snug fit.

The slotted ceiling opened as McGuire watched, and the whole structure swung slowly around.

In this motor both the field system and the armature consist of a slotted core built up of iron laminations.

A slotted notch on one end the width of triggers, and sharpened at the other, is all that is necessary.

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On this page you'll find 659 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slotted, such as: announce, argue, demonstrate, express, hint, and illustrate.

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