slugging

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slugging

[′sləg·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Adding a separate piece of material to a weld joint, resulting in a joint which does not meet specifications.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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When Zoe does leave the Herald for an online site called Slugline, the viewers see this drive for finances more clearly.
The pioneering Toyota Prius was launched in 1997 with the slugline: "Just in time for the 21st century." Its name means the precursor.
Slugline markets itself as an app purely about writing: no buttons, no settings, just writing.
She eventually resigned from the Herald to work for political website Slugline.
He entered the 1935 competition to find an advertising slugline for the candy, but his offering - 'Mars, quite nice really'- was deemed to lack punch.
(EDS: FIXING HEADLINE FORMAT, SLUGLINE AVAILABLE TO SOME SUBSCRIBERS, NO CHANGE IN CONTENT)
(EDS: REFILING TO ADD CATEGORY CODE ON SLUGLINE, WHICH MAY NOT HAVE BEEN SENT TO SOME SUBSCRIBERS)
(EDS: ADDING CATEGORY CODE IN SLUGLINE, WHICH MAY NOT HAVE BEEN SENT TO SOME SUBSCRIBERS)
Rival's Mix-O-Matic combination mixer/sharpener did exactly what its slugline said: "It's a portable mixer, it's a cutlery sharpener, and it's beautiful." The hand mixer had a detachable piece that hid a knife-sharpening component.
'Show Me Your Slugline and I'll Let You Have the Firstlook: Initial Thoughts on the Availability of Digital Screenwriting Tools and Apps' sees Craig Batty examining a very different series of apps and interventions.
political reporter who works for the deliciously named Slugline news blog, and a former lover of the scheming veep Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey).