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  • They knew, from the gossip in "Slops" prison, that Germany was full of deserters who were continually being rounded up because, as Archer blithely put it, they were "punk scouts and had no resourrce -- or whatever you call it."

    Tom Slade with the Boys Over There

  • "Slops," one time of the Ohio River country, with his black pipe in his mouth.

    In the Days of Poor Richard

  • "Slops" are as welcome to parched grass as to half-starved flowers.

    Mary's Meadow; and Letters From a Little Garden

  • "Slops" are as welcome to parched grass as to half-starved flowers.

    Mary's Meadow And Other Tales of Fields and Flowers

  • He touched me lightly on the back — a touch I could hardly feel through my outer Slops.

    The Terror

  • At any rate, this entire procession — coffin, sledge, man-haulers, officers, surgeons, Sir John, Royal Marines in full dress concealed under the same drab Slops the rest of us were wearing — was illuminated only by bobbing lamplight as we made our way across the Frozen Sea to the Frozen Shore.

    The Terror

  • They swagger or stagger around with their Boat Knives dangling from crude belts set around their outer Slops in clanking Sheaths made from cut-down Bayonet Scabbards.

    The Terror

  • Slops were pulled out of baled heaps in the boats.

    The Terror

  • Madame called her “Old Slops” and “Old Ape” in her letters.

    THE DIAMOND

  • Madame called her “Old Slops” and “Old Ape” in her letters.

    THE DIAMOND

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