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  • Slit is a do-it-yourself sculptural lamp shade that comes as a single flat plastic sheet, which allows you to complete the design by hanging it in your own unique way.

    The Slit Lamp Shade by Studio Make Light

  • Called by White a “medieval cesspool,” it was an even more primitive city than Chungking before the war—a major center of the opium trade, where rich families bought female slaves for their households and prostitutes were kept confined in a street cut off at each end by chains, called Slit Alley.

    The Last Empress

  • Kuchisake Onna, also known as The Slit-Mouth Woman, is a scary Japanese urban legend about a disfigured Japanese woman who brandishes a large scissors and preys on children.

    2007 February | Scary For Kids

  • In addition to Kanae's confrontation with the nameless bed man, Aso's agency takes on two more cases in the series 'first volume: one involves a plain girl who is possessed by a needy allegory called the Slit Mouthed Woman; the last concerns Human-Faced Fish.

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  • In addition to Kanae's confrontation with the nameless bed man, Aso's agency takes on two more cases in the series 'first volume: one involves a plain girl who is possessed by a needy allegory called the Slit Mouthed Woman; the last concerns Human-Faced Fish.

    All articles at Blogcritics

  • And please pardon me for laughing, but if you called anyone a "Slit" I can guarantee how that would be taken ... and it wouldn't be a cut or tear in a piece of fabric.

    Pharyngula

  • Slit it till the calyx so that it is held together even while cooking.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Slit it till the calyx so that it is held together even while cooking.

    Vangya.cha Rassa DaNya.cha Koot Lavun

  • Slit the green chilies to avoid bursting them follow up with garlic cloves.

    Thecha

  • Slit the green chilies to avoid bursting them follow up with garlic cloves.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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