“Gently loosen and lift the cut edges of bark, and slip in the point of your bud, easing it down till the leaf stalk is near the centre of the long cut.”
“When Mr Campion and young Lobbett gave me the slip in London they were joking.”
“There was wild cheering at the news, and Mr Frere took the opportunity to slip in a good word for the government.”
“A tiny, spidery scrawl covered the slip in a cipher that few besides Niall knew, none of them in Amador.”
“Lauk-a-day! why it is not half finished,' said Mr. Dubster; 'nor a quarter neither: and as to that young lady, I can't say as it was much in my mind to be over civil to her any more, begging pardon, after her giving me the slip in that manner.”
“I wonder how much it would cost me to bribe the clerk into giving me a key to your room so I could slip in here in the middle of the night—”
“It was hard to say what Reed Spencer Robinson was most famous for: his disguises or his ability to slip in and out of dangerous places unseen.”
“Not that Mother did all the work herself — just that my father before her had trained the Gordimers to slip in and out like the elves of a fairytale:”
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