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  • The latest update to Google Android just came out three days ago, and as ecstatic as G1 users were to get their hands on version 1.5 (dubbed "Cupcake"), they'll be even more delirious when they see the kind of slickery baked into version 2.0, (dubbed "Donut").

    Fast Company

  • Tainted love is stained love, a dirty jeans love, mucky under nails and knees from garden dirt and worms slippery, slickery things compost-heaped, grubs chewing love.

    Tainted Love

  • Here and there, short boardwalks provided relief from the “slickery” path and allowed for faster footwork.

    GUARDIAN OF THE VEIL

  • Every one had something slickery sweet or fat to eat on the spoon.

    Rootabaga Stories

  • I knowed it warn't wuth while to try to hold the creeters, they was so slickery; so, you see, I sot a big, whoppin bar'l near the river whar they cum out, near thar path.

    Fisher's River (North Carolina) Scenes and Characters

  • Injuns, whether it be bucks or squaws, air slickery as eels.

    The Death Shot A Story Retold

  • Today all the major shaving companies offer the comfort and shaving slickery of four blades in disposable refills or disposable razors.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Cattails’ hubbeh wuz getting stufz wile EmmysMommy & son were watching be an awl uba sudden, Cattails’ hubbeh saw meh up teh steep, slickery stares awlmost 2 teh top.

    ever feel like the - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • The oyster seemed to be real spry until it got out of reach, and then it got to going slow, as the slickery covering wore off, and by the time it had worked into his trousers leg, it was going very slow, though it remained cold to the last, and he hailed the arrival of that oyster into the heel of his stocking with more delight than he did the raising of the American flag over Vicksburg, after the long siege.

    Peck's Sunshine Being a Collection of Articles Written for Peck's Sun, Milwaukee, Wis. - 1882

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