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  • "It was a bad, bad morning," said Jennifer Onaitis Legler, a 58-year-old Great Falls resident who slip-slided to work at the Department of Veterans Affairs in the District through three flooded roads.

    Storms flood parts of Washington region, stranding motorists

  • Still snowing, we slip-slided our way around the tree, me huddled close to Jim because I was freezing.

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  • Even with chains and traveling in low gear, we slip-slided along the highway like a fish in panic.

    The Little Mornings

  • After some aimless staring. photographs and conversation, we slip-slided down the slope to the waiting guides. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Mark Sanford, touting family values and condemning those who have strayed in his statements and political ads, has slip-slided his credibility away by having his own paramour in Argentina.



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