Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of slalom.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • • I like brussels sproups, but only if they have been frozen on the vine (it makes them sugar) • When I walk I often entertain myself by visualizing points in front of me and "slaloming" around them following bezier curves.

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  • Two minutes later Messi won the ball on the halfway line before beating three defenders in a slaloming run into the penalty area.

    Lionel Messi inspires Argentina to victory over Nigeria in Dhaka

  • He was hit six times by machine gun bullets that evening (including one which severed his right middle finger, and a chest shot which was stopped by his cigarette case), he would later transfer and train with the Royal Canadian Air Force, and learn to fly an artillery observation plane, becoming notorious for slaloming between telegraph poles to show it could be done.

    Five Famous People Who Fought On D-Day | myFiveBest

  • The "streamlined" mall creates less slaloming in and out of the flow of traffic for the buses.

    One thumb down on the new transit mall (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Every thought is hyperlinked, with one subject slaloming into the next in ways baffling and enlightening, confounding and profound.

    An easy label for Christopher Hitchens? Careful, it could be a fighting word

  • We saw Socrates ambling with monstrous cocksure arrogance to fluff his penalty against France; and the best Diego Maradona moment of the tournament, just after his slaloming goal against Belgium where he miraculously keeps his balance even while wheeling away to celebrate.

    Rolling World Cup nostalgia is the only sporting show in town

  • Recent trends report the less we know of a candidate, the better their chance of slaloming through the chain link fence of character assassination known as the Senate Confirmation Hearings; thus we know more about Martian quantum physics than we do Ms. Kagan.

    Will Durst: Manhattan Flannel

  • A line of boarders came slaloming through the garden, laughing like hysterical demons.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • The statistics vary, but as biology teachers like to insist, at least 70 percent of your body is water, so all that would be left would be a few teeth floating and, in a tragicomic swansong, a rubber duck slaloming among them.

    BREAKFAST WITH SOCRATES

  • It was kind of weird, because while Paul was saying those words during the televised post-game interview on TNT, T-P columnist Chris Rose (and child), could be seen in the background, on the court, slaloming through dancing Honeybees during the festivities, before being politely directed to the sideline by security.

    Archive 2008-04-01

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