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slick

1. a chisel or other tool used for smoothing or polishing a surface
2. the tyre of a racing car that has worn treads

slick

[slik]
(oceanography)
Area in which capillary waves are absent or suppressed.
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SLICKLY proved he really was a slick operator when scooting home last time out and he can turn in another speedy performance at York tomorrow.
One photograph showed the 16-year-old Native American youth dressed as any typical high school boy might be: in a black T-shirt and with hair slickly parted on one side, an infectious smile lighting his face.
And admissions officers say applicants seem to have become less genuine, their experiences too slickly packaged.
This year, why not forsake the usual runs and escape into the backcountry, where hut-to-hut skiing provides a welcome alternative to the slickly groomed environment of the downhill rat race.
Often they have found mainstream professionals too busy to talk with them, and not interested in explaining their work to the public--while medical cultists, flush with mystery money but with no responsibilities for actual AIDS research or patient care, have spent years learning how to slickly package their arguments, complete with celebrity endorsements.
GODOLPHIN'S Slickly made a victorious return in the Group Three La Coupe at Longchamp under Sylvain Guillot.
A modern-day counterpart to the island of Lilliput, the slickly run theme park that Barnes imagines in the English Channel is a stinging caricature of contemporary England's spiritually void heritage industry.
The title is mildly repellent, and the slickly engaging opening sequence, which welcomes us to a picture gallery placed among the stars, confirms the suspicion that mod ern techniques are being pressed into the service of a conservative, devotional model.
The author of megastars Hector and Tito's hit song, "No te hagas la loca," Voltio recently released "Voltage A/C" (Sony BMG Latin /White Lion), a slickly produced solo album that combines salsa riffs and an old-school hip-hop feel, while being unmistakably reggaeton.
Still, "Justin Bieber's Believe" is a slickly entertaining piece of work in which director Jan M.
A Haunted House 86mins 15 IN 2007, the haunted house film was revived with the slickly terrifying Paranormal Activity, a movie that grossed PS128million and inspired three - and counting - sequels.
It would look so much better if it was slickly edited rather than the shambles last night.