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  • adj. Gracefully slim or slender
  • adj. Stripped of unnecessary features


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  • With all of that the rest is simple: use the so-called slimline or Fell format (20 pages, self-cover with subtly thinner paper stock), publish with four covers and a 1-in-40 retailer incentive and hope for the best.


  • The Case knife we are examining here is called a slimline Trapper and it is a design that has been sold for most of the last century, maybe longer.

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  • Here we have a "slimline" mini-series--four issues of sixteen pages each.

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  • The President-elect, who takes office on February 25, recently announced a plan to "slimline" the government.

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  • Mr. Lee, who takes office on February 25, recently announced a plan to "slimline" the government to better suit Korea's aspirations to become an economic hub.

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  • This is the largest PC in the test, a "slimline" unit that's similar in size to many office PCs.

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  • New Creda 650 Electric Shower 9. 5kw Chrome "slimline"

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  • "slimline" information box, and you will know in an instant when there are severe weather alerts, storm warnings or breaking news.


  • And while all three of these releases are easily downloadable for free on the Internet, there's something special about going home with a ringing in your ears and a stack of slimline CD cases crammed tight into your coat pocket.

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  • The recall affects the slimline iPod nano model sold between September 2005, when it was first introduced, and December 2006.

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