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slasher

Austral and NZ a wooden-handled cutting tool or tractor-drawn machine used for cutting scrub or undergrowth in the bush
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Slashers did almost all of their scoring in between the 10th and 33rd minute of play, turning an 0-2 to 0-0 deficit into a 3-5 to 0-6 lead.
In this case the second highest scorer Aileen Miralbuna of Pin Slashers at 578 got the accolade.
With the loss to Slashers, CCC - TAV JV is sporting a no win, 1 loss card while CCC Builders, Procon Wildcats and Shangri-La teams are at the tail end of the standings with a no win, 2 losses record.
A judge was brought in to deal with the slashers who came to his court and he cleverly dished out sentences of "one year for each stitch".
Finally, is spotlighted the high-profile "re-emergence" of teen slasher films in the wake of the surprise or "sleeper" hit Scream (Craven 1996), an event often claimed to have marked the advent of the "post-modern slasher"--purported to be the product of an intelligent, witty^ and self-conscious mode of filmmaking that deconstructed the supposedly humorless, dumb, and unselfconscious teen slashers of yesteryear (see for example Rockoff; Wee).
Hollywood quickly incorporated Black Christmas's unique innovations into its own national cinema, and while these slashers are more widely acknowledged, there is nothing inherently American about the slasher or its conventions.
And even though its most vocal opponents hoped that it would be, at best, a short-lived cycle that would burn out as quickly as it had appeared, the slasher film has proved to be one of the most influential and resilient subcategories of the modern horror film.
The inaugural Spinnaka Newcastle Festival of Rugby at Kingston Park produced a rousing finale on Saturday when the all-Fijian Slashers team secured a dramatic last-gasp win over the Falcons in the showpiece final.
But in the imaginations of slashers everywhere, it's already happened.
TYRE slashers are wreaking havoc on Britain's 4x4 drivers to settle parking disputes.
Motorists are being warned to be on their guard against a new enemy ( clandestine tyre slashers.