- n. Plural form of slab.
“Yes | No | Report from neylandfan wrote 5 days 8 hours ago ya seneca slabs is right ugly stick is great for catfish my little brother reeled in a 2 pound cat with a light action rod.”
“One additional advantage of using pavior blocks over concrete slabs is that pavior blocks can be used to create a permeable surface so that there is less surface runoff – a big problem as more and more urban areas are covered with pavement.”
“Looking at coins that are already in slabs and which run the gamut from very low end to very high end is a great way to hone your skills.”
“Then she leads me down a fantastically wide hallway to the front doors-giant twin slabs of bronze.”
“So arch-thief Ahmad Kamakim climbed over into his saloon and, raising one of the marble slabs from the sunken part of the floor,94 dug a hole under it and laid the stolen things therein, all save the lanthorn, which he kept for himself.”
“But when it's so good that you have to have two big honkin 'slabs of this delectable, herb-filled delicacy, it weighs in your stomach like a happy anchor.”
“They are strong and stable, but they look like what they are: thin slabs of wood glued together and stained in depressing colors.”
“Free running to thrash out your "issues" on cold urban slabs is part of the rise in individual "extreme sports," such as base-jumping (parachuting off buildings), mountain boarding, and freestyle biking.”
“This is much closer to French bacon, generally sold in slabs and diced to create little rectangular lardons, which are fried before being added to, say, coq au vin or boeuf bourguignon.”
“We have tried several neighborhood carnecerias but they use frozen meats sliced into very thin slabs with a band saw.”
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