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  • Bob stirred his sugar-and-cream-laced chicory with a twig, sipped at it and gave Rudi a shrewd slanticular glance before he squinted out at the plain to the east.
    --S. M. Stirling, 2007, The Sunrise Lands, p. 287

    June 4, 2011

  • Among other features, it is to the oblique, and as our Transatlantic friends have it, the slanticular direction of these rocks, from the point into the Bristol Channel, that the cause of some of the reciprocation of the waters under Penarth is owing.
    --W. H. Smyth, 1840, Nautical Observations on the Port and Maritime Vicinity of Cardiff, p. 16

    June 4, 2011

  • See tag; slashing prices does used to do the same job.

    November 9, 2008