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


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  • It’s out there somewhere, while the London rain slashes the light-polluted scuzz, wacks down fried leaves, keeps me inside this rainy, orange October day, retrieving the Floyd’s mission to locate the alien in the psychopath.

    Ballardian » Review: Jeremy Reed’s West End Survival Kit

  • His terrible swift sword slashes away at the failings of Jews, Christians, Hindus, Muslims and Buddhists alike.

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  • Three men stopped, and with a few sweeping sword slashes scattered the yelping crowd; but even as they were driving them off, they could see that men were coming out of the hall and outhouses.

    Vandrad the Viking, the Feud and the Spell

  • "He received seven sword slashes, all great ones, two all but taking his head off," wrote a contemporary chronicler.

    Korea's Fight for Freedom

  • The injuries consisted almost wholly of sword slashes and knife stabs received in hand-to-hand encounters.

    The Afghan Wars 1839-42 and 1878-80

  • An extra instrument track also contains a ton of 8-bit sound effects, ignoring the piano note structure altogether and just letting you play around with sounds that old-school games might've used for actions like sword slashes or enemies taking damage.

    IGN DS

  • This would explain why Dong Zhuo gets an extra two slashes, which is an extra repetition. - Business News

  • Impressive objects on display include a World War II F4U Corsair fighter aircraft, a Vietnam War-era UH-1E "Huey" helicopter and an 18th-century leatherneck stock originally worn by Marines to protect them from sword slashes to the throat. Stories

  • Technical difficulties meant his Wii remote's IR sensor looked like it was having a seizure the whole time, making Shiggy way off on even the simplest of sword slashes and attacks.

    IGN Wii

  • Charge into battle without a priest or two to back you up and you won't last more than a few sword slashes before collapsing in a pool of cartoon blood. - All Updates


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