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  • Once the fellow they call Slippery Seal came boldly to the shop asking news of you from the apprentice; but the lad had the wit to reply that he thought you had ceased to lodge here.

    Tom Tufton's Travels

  • You inspire me to contribute my own article about an awesome writer’s group I belong to called “The Slippery Pen” and a terrific product we really want out there called “Deal a Story” that we have used in Slippery Pen.

    Write to Serve: Giving Deeper Purpose to Your Craft | Write to Done

  • Because I’d been sick with a bad cough, Quilt Artist brought something she called Slippery Elm Bark.

    Pajama party

  • The exhibit was called Slippery People and featured a bunch of huge 5′ x 6′ paintings as well as some smaller, super detailed drawings.

    KN | Kitsune Noir » ‘Slippery People’ by Noah Butkus

  • Who wouldn't like a band with an album called Slippery When Wet?

    Thursday Thirteen #12

  • They are Scar-faced Johnny; a man called Slippery Al; Surly Bob, whose career

    A Woman at Bay Or, a Fiend in Skirts

  • Check out their show called Slippery Tangents at www. nightlightradio.com.

    More Hip Than Hippie Podcast

  • One was called Slippery When Wet with Barbara Dare, and Video Vixens with Bunny Bleu.

    AVN Industry News

  • But then, the editors of that publication still don't seem to realize their coverage of New Albany is dictated by Senior Executive Editor "Slippery" Larry Kochert.

    Archive 2005-12-25

  • The gay beach is right next to our hotel, and let me tell you, it´s quite "Slippery" around here (In Madrid, gay men leak oil, or so Ernesto explained to me in flamboyantly broken english, so our neck of the woods is very oily and slippery.)

    youneverwin Diary Entry

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