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- n. The action of the verb to slice.
- v. Present participle of slice.
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- n. the act of cutting into slices
- n. a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
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Slice brussels sprouts using thin slicing disc of the food processor.
Well, not quite, his geopolitical creativity in slicing territories and creating countries that give much trouble is not a good legacy, but it is not pure evil – most notably Israel and Georgia would not exist without his involvement.
I personally believe in slicing at the 30 minute mark, when they are still warm.
“We should not speak in front of him,” the guest responded in Arabic, slicing one of his hooks through the air as if physically cutting off the conversation.
She went back into the kitchen and ran a knife under hot water for a minute to begin slicing the pies.
I wonder if his present-day peers might benefit from his clear vision in slicing straight to the heart of a subject, and not to the left or the right.
This is often referred to as slicing in scripting languages like Python.
You are good at things like “wetwork,” “ephemera,” and “thin slicing” – yes, there’s a big glossary included.
Rachel was the one who encouraged me six months ago to really develop the idea of slicing pearls, which has become the signature of the new collection.
Mitrovica and Republika Srpska remain Belgrade's last hope in selling the idea of slicing the Balkans along ethnic lines to political leaders in the region and broader international community.