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slink

a. an animal, esp a calf, born prematurely
b. (as modifier): slink veal
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The woman appears oblivious to any other passengers on the plane as she slinks up and down the floor.
The Scot's husband Emile is accused of her attempted murder by removing two slinks from her reserve parachute - vital parts which connect the harness with the lines.
Prosecutors allege the NCO in the Royal Army Physical Training Corps took the chute into a lavatory at the airfield at Netheravon, Wiltshire, and twisted the lines of the main parachute before removing vital parts called 'slinks' from the reserve.
Nature's Way THE Leeds to Liverpool Canal Slinks its way through the industrial heart of the city, A man-made oasis, it's surprisingly pretty.
They have established that "slinks" - soft links used to connect the canopy to the parachute harness - were missing from the device.
TV turns some into shambles AS Fungi slinks off into oblivion and White Dee is counting the cash, what a strange old world we live in, where reality TV shows make stars out of some and a shambles out of others.
BARELY five minutes after we've got used to the idea of him being alive, the great detective slinks off for a cup of tea with Mrs Hudson.
McCain slinks off There was some confusion in the aftermath of the selling hurdle won by Jim Tango as auctioneer Alan Brereton announced that the winner would not be subject to VAT.