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slink

a. an animal, esp a calf, born prematurely
b. (as modifier): slink veal
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Watching Theresa May's election campaigning in recent weeks, I get the sense she's going to be delighted when she can finally slink off stage.
Heising belonged to Sal Romeo's Friends and Artists Theatre Group in Los Angeles for many years, and has appeared in numerous film, TV and theatre productions, including performing as Dana in "Barbie & the Rockers" at Universal Studios; Cleo the Snake Dancer in "Magnum, P.I."; and Miss Hawaii in "Fantasy Island." She received excellent reviews for her role as the purse designer Joan in Jared Masters' "Slink." Masters won a 2014 EOTM Award for Best Horror Picture for "Slink."
LORD Freud had to slink into a housing conference - to avoid angry bedroom tax protesters.
This 2-year-old friendly fella loves to run up and say hello to visitors, or slink through their legs as a reminder that he would like the job of greeter kitty in their home, too.
MARKET RASEN: 1.40 Orlittlebylittle, 2.10 Frank The Slink, 2.45 Boruler, 3.20 Ukrainian Star, 3.55 Cool Baranca, 4.25 Stick Together, 5.00 Shuh Shuh Gah .
Frank The Slink lands touch The gamble of the day was Frank The Slink in the 2m5f novice handicap chase.
Fresh from performing a brand-new Nutcracker by artistic director Victoria Morgan, the dancers will slink and slice through Amodio's contemporary choreography to the classic Bizet score, played live by the Cincinnati Ballet Orchestra.
If you've been a naughty Labour MP, then get ready to slink to Mr Byrne's office with your tail between your legs.
But while members of the Canadian team slink back to their Major League sides and spring training, both the Italians and the Dutch are eying unlikely spots in the last eight.
And in this manner of clearing, the trees admit permeability as a strong point within their unity, something the wolves revile as they slink through the clearing and between the trees, through the moonlight, daring it to stick to their slick pelts.
Jerry Lewis, after all, is part of that generation of straight men that would rather slink into a monastery than be mistaken for queer.
They never get caught as they slink away proud of their actions.