- n a golfer whose shots typically curve right (for right-handed golfers)
- n a machine for cutting; usually with a revolving blade
- n knife especially designed for slicing particular foods, as cheese
- Ed McMahon: Well, let me tell you, I made one hell of an income selling slicers in 1946.
- Skeptics of such products say these claims are about as credible as a slicer-dicer infomercial.
- When he didn't get caught by the landlord, he amped it up, adding a meat slicer and a deli case.
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- Relax: Couple Has Room For Prosciutto Slicer In $5,800/Month Apartment
When looking for a suitable apartment, most New Yorkers are concerned with amenities like "permanent facades" or "sob-resistant drywall." But attorney Jean Poh and her husband Giordano Contestabile needed something special when they moved here from Seattle: counter space for their meat slicer. [ more › ]
June 16, 2013 - Gothamist
- Stuart Appleby in Fox Sports
How are you, Barnesie,Appleby says. "You a slicer or a hooker?"
- William F Buckley Jr in New Vision
When a particularly opinionated Left-winger in the US refused to appear on a Buckley programme, Buckley commented: "Well one can hardly expect baloney to come willingly to the slicer!"
- Marissa Mayer in Best Syndication
One thing we didn't change is the wide variety of items you can find with Product Search, Mayer adds. "Perhaps you're looking for a toaster, a wireless router, or an apple-slicer. Or maybe you're in the market for a Lego watch (like Jeff's)...