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  • A wet, slickered person jumped in front of me, waving!

    Times Squared

  • Not a one of the slick, soon to be slickered, drawling weather forecasters has said, "Kate Clinton you will make it back to NYC on Saturday with a one hour delay."

    Kate Clinton: Pig Lipstick by L'Oreal

  • And holy Sister Winn clipped the folded bills between forefinger and middle finger and slickered them as smoothly as a carny.


  • The warning came a little too late for tribal leaders slickered by Abramoff and Scanlon.

    October 2004

  • Then I was through the door and on the outside, falling into the arms of a slickered fireman holding an ax.

    Last Lullaby

  • I remember the blur of faces as I swung my head around and saw the mirthless looks of our slickered captors.

    The Lake House

  • Unlike the other slickered cops milling around the corpse, Hyaki was soaked from head to toe.

    The Mocking Program

  • Wolf, parked within sight of Urban Decay, was watching steam come cannoning through a hole in the tarmac of Avenue C while a slickered Con Ed crew tried to find some way to stop it.

    Black Blade

  • And the chocolate was slippery and slickered all over their chins.

    Rootabaga Stories

  • Among the Wednesday night thousands in goloshes and coats slickered for rain,

    Baltic Fog Notes. VII. Passports


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