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slam

1
1. 
a. the winning of all (grand slam) or all but one (little or small slam) of the 13 tricks at bridge or whist
b. the bid to do so in bridge
2. an old card game

slam

2
a poetry contest in which entrants compete with each other by reciting their work and are awarded points by the audience

SLAM

(language)

SLAM

(2)
A continuous simulation language.

["SLAM - A New Continuous Simulation Language", N.A. Wallington et al, in SCS Simulation Council Proc Series: Toward Real-Time Simulation (Languages, Models and Systems), R.E. Crosbie et al eds, 6(1):85-89 (Dec 1976)].
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With one spring he flew from the chamber of Milady into that of the maid, and quick as lightning, he slammed to the door, and placed all his weight against it, while Kitty pushed the bolts.
He hurried to the Hermitage, which stood in the heart of the wood, unlocked the door with a hasty wrench, slammed it after him, pitched Zeluco into the most distant corner, and thrusting his right hand into his pocket, first walked four or five times up and down the scanty length of the little room, and then seated himself on the ottoman in an uncomfortable stiff way, as we often do when we wish not to abandon ourselves to feeling.
Tom, however, had no mind for such treatment: he came home not to stand and be talked to, but to run about and make a noise; and both boys had soon burst from her, and slammed the parlour-door till her temples ached.
She now ran noisily down the staircase, and slammed the door which opened into the Servins' apartment, to give an impression that she had gone; then she softly returned and stationed herself outside the door of the studio.
The instant that I had crossed the threshold the door slammed heavily behind us, and I heard faintly the rattle of the wheels as the carriage drove away.
I slammed the shutters together somehow, rushed up to my room and locked myself in.
Again the outline hastily disunited and the Varnum gate slammed on one half while the other hurried on ahead of him.
Archer's heart had slammed itself shut in the queer way it had, and he sat vainly groping for a word.
Bagnet, laying his hands on the shoulders of his comrade before the latter can recover from his amazement, gets him on the outside of the street door, which is instantly slammed by the triumphant Judy.
The portal swung slowly in, and before it could be slammed against me I sprang into the chamber beyond.
She was within the cabin and had slammed and bolted the door before he had finished pronouncing her name.
I said I didn't care a hang whether the soap was in or whether it wasn't; and I slammed the bag to and strapped it, and found that I had packed my tobacco-pouch in it, and had to re-open it.