- n. Plural form of slip-up.
“We could do with a few slip-ups – basketballers proving too tall to walk through the doors, the "wrong type of mud" at the BMX, an overeager health-and-safety steward snuffing out the Olympic flame.”
“But Robinson and his wife's aggressive demands for money and slip-ups in his story led Kendall County sheriff's deputies to investigate.”
“What has emerged is a form of narrowcasting, allowing candidates a welcoming platform that helps them avoid hostile press questioning and, in some cases, minimize the slog and the slip-ups of retail campaigning.”
“He does not suit up for the Sunday talk shows; there are no stories about him reducing staff members to tears for their slip-ups.”
“Foot-in-the-Mouth Factor: The Red Sox have made strides to make sure the tours are as accurate as possible, but there were still a few slip-ups.”
“Here's what could happen if you use the wrong fluids: Motor oil slip-ups.”
“Each time there was one of those slip-ups, though, veteran safety Deon Grant went to his teammate and said, "You owe me one.”
“It seems like you have to be a retail expert to get through the holiday shopping season without a few slip-ups and regrets.”
“If, as hoped, economic growth appears to hold steady or even pick up, companies may not be punished too hard for second-quarter slip-ups.”
“Villas-Boas may have dismissed the notion of a "mental block" affecting his squad but there are now key members of his team who do not carry the scars of previous slip-ups.”
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