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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of slag.


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  • Um ... if this is the way you "deal with libs", maybe you're being "slagged" for your utter incoherence.

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  • Victor has told Nick that he does not think any of the other housemates have "slagged" them off despite the pair spending lots of time with each other.

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  • I just read a really long piece on him in the Philly newspaper, and it was loving, but kind of slagged off his second and third books.


  • I just wanted to point out (via the video) that really all these people do is go to a place of knowledge where mankind has laid out all of its achievements in truly understanding the world around us and just slagged it all off as made-up nonsense.

    creationists visit the smithsonian | clusterflock

  • Yeah thankfully Cleveland's ejaculation catchphrase just led to a much slagged off spin-off series which I quite like rather than starving, poverty stricken flood victims and nuclear proliferation.

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  • If you ever needed proof why the market does not self regulate and why rules, laws and governments are needed, take the cases reported today of companies ripping off the public sector (you know the public sector, the one always being slagged off by the private sector as being inefficient) by colluding of tenders for contracts.

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  • Instead he threatened to do it again to wind people up and repeatedly slagged of my blog.

    Once can be an error, but twice ? Oh Mr Murray what a lack of honesty

  • His novels, sometime shortly after Lord of Light, were critically slagged ... and I get the feeling that they aren't read very much these days -- with the exception of Amber.

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  • Steve Weizman, for his part, has been slagged by the pro-Israel CAMERA propagandists for alleged anti-Israel bias.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The other females, the Palomas and the Chers, the noisy and the bold, the ones who got gossiped about and slagged off, had a different cultural destiny as talking points, a lot of the time by other females.

    So girls are not all as nice as pie. And your point is? | Barbara Ellen


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