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s li dhuh ring

  • v  to pass or move unobtrusively or smoothly
  • s  moving as on a slippery surface
    his slipping and slithering progress over the ice

  • She started grabbing one of the little snakes slithering in and out of the hungry plants' jaws and passing it around to visitors at the end of her act.
  • This is what's meant by the shadow banking system, and it began slithering its way out of the reach of banking regulators in the 1970s, more than two decades before the Gramm-Leach .
  • All the movie has to do is show us a familiar, alarming menace the aforementioned snakes slithering around in a closed, inescapable space the aforementioned airplane .
News & Articles

  • Large reptile likely lurking in Vero's Sixty Oaks, but what kind?
    Something is slithering around this Vero Beach neighborhood, and one couple is determined to find out what it is.
    June 21, 2013 - Indian River Press Journal
  • Albino python found in Canadian wilderness
    CHILLIWACK, British Columbia, June 20 (UPI) -- An albino Burmese python was found slithering through the wilderness of British Columbia after its owners apparently dumped it there, officials said.
    June 20, 2013 - UPI
  • Giant snake opens door
    The latest pet to experience internet fame is not a cat playing the piano or a dog "singing" to the camera. It's a giant python letting itself out of a closed room by turning the door handle without any human help and then slithering away. The 16-foot albino Burmese python named Julius can work its way up a door and turn the handle, unaided, according to the snake's owner and Vimeo user Jenner ...
    June 20, 2013 - Local 6 Orlando

  • Dana White in Calgary Sun
    All these boxing promoters who went out there and destroyed the sport of boxing are now slithering, creeping their way into MMA,says White.
  • Kim Beazley in Advertiser Adelaide
    The time for squirming and slithering is over. If you turn a blind eye to such a stark warning, you are complicit in corruption,Mr Beazley said.
  • Marti Pellow in Scottish Daily Record
    Marti said: "It was time to put the tuxedo back on and start slithering around the stage again. The great thing about Billy Flynn is it's a part you can keep growing in. When I first played him in 2002 it was my first dip into musical theatre - but...

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