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  • n. Plural form of slag.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slag.


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  • An easy splainin of prejudice against the "slags" makes for an easy splainin as to why we don't see the Tenctonese in Los Angeles-based TV series today; they're kept segregated.


  • The vile Islamist gang who wanted to blow up the Ministry of Sound really did say the women there were "slags" who deserved to die for wearing miniskirts.

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  • And fuckin '... the girl who cooks the fuckin' rice in the canteen doesn't like the fact that you've used the word "slags".

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  • Women are the quickest to call other women slags, which is sad. "

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  • The solubility of the ores of copper in acid has already been described, but certain furnace products, such as slags, are best opened up by fusion with fusion mixture and a little nitre.

    A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.

  • That is the verdict of Omar Khyam, now serving life for his part in a plot to blow up the Bluewater shopping centre and the Ministry of Sound nightclub (chosen, don't forget, because it was likely to be full of "slags" enjoying themselves).

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  • Question Time, a must-watch for the British political class, former Tory minister Edwina Currie was cheered when she called Goody and her celebrity mates 'slags'; Andrew Neil, owner of the


  • Cheryl two weeks ago (he made a joke about her being too skinny) and last week he flat out yelled "slags" at a cardboard cut-out of them.


  • Once they are legal at 16, girls have just as much right to sexual experimentation (provided it is safe please) as boys, but "Good Girls" shouldn't have sex at all and are quickly labelled "slags" if they do. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph

  • For simple substances, or mixtures of only two substances, a determination of sp.g. is a sufficient check on the composition for many practical purposes; and with more complex mixtures, such as slags and some of the products of dressing operations in which the material does not differ much in its nature from time to time, such a determination will yield information of considerable value, and afford a check upon the proper working of a process.

    A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.


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