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slosh

a popular dance with a traditional routine of steps, kicks, and turns performed in lines
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Sydney resident Cate Blanchett and festival guest Joan Chen paused for photographers, but directors Phillip Noyce, George Miller and Jane Campion plus 2,000 soggy others, mostly film buffs and industryites, sloshed incognito into the art deco theater.
Last July, player Callum Garret sloshed through a boggy field during the United Kingdom Swamp Soccer tournament.
Massimo Bartolini added a surreal aspect to an olive grove below San Gimignano's Montestaffoli fortress: a wave, yellowish with mud, sloshed back and forth in a bright blue rectangular pool with a sapling in the center.
Students more used to being sloshed than doing it have introduced the dance to a new generation of fans.
I was anxious to get this over with, my fears increasing as the captain and his crew sloshed buckets of horse blood and obscene chunks of raw meat into the water.
De Jong and his colleagues discovered that each of the 51 seiches in Rotterdam's harbor from 1995 to 2001 that sloshed higher than 25 centimeters occurred as a cold front passed through the area.
One might question the sense of showing SuperTed sloshed in broad daylight when parents are trying to settle the kids at 6.30pm on a Friday night.
It is being hailed as the first interactive wine course on television, which rather implies viewers will be sloshed by the time the credits roll - particularly as one of the presenters is Keith Floyd.
New Delhi, Nov 22 ( ANI ): Scientists at Imperial College London are closing in on a formula for synthetic alcohol that will get you almost as sloshed as regular booze but without the side effects.
IT took doctors an hour and a half to get any sense out of Boris J o h n s o n 's sloshed female relative in Oxford.