slope : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an elevated geological formation
he climbed the steep slope
- n the property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the horizontal
- v be at an angle
The terrain sloped down
- To warnings of a slippery slope, Gunther tilts the logic the other way: "The argument that a beneficial treatment should not be used because it might be misused is itself a .
- That was on the down slope of the Appalachians, but still.
- Developer David Santini, 39, a wealthy soil engineer, claims that his plastic slope is the "best artificial track in the world.
News & Articles
- Blue Slope Country Museum to hold campfires throughout summer
The Blue Slope Country Museum will hold campfires from 7 to 8:30 p.m. June 27, July 11 and Aug. 8 at the museum, 138 Blue Hill Road, Franklin.
June 18, 2013 - The Norwich Bulletin
- Park Slope Students Shocked As Parents, School Staff Join Forces In Flash Mob
Parents, teachers and administrators surprised the kids at P.S. 10 in Park Slope by performing in a flash mob which included a choreographer, musicians, percussionists and puppeteers.
June 18, 2013 - CBS New York
- Western Slope City Gains National Award for Civic Engagement
A Western Slope city is being recognized, in part, for how well it handles the needs of their community.
June 17, 2013 - KREX-TV Grand Junction
- Charles Grassley in WebCPA
However, ranking member Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, warned, "This bill is already moving on a slippery slope toward more and more government control of health care."
- Jim Delany in Duluth News Tribune
There's a strong sense in that room of the slippery slope view that there's never been a collegiate or professional playoff that's stopped at four teams,Delany said.
- Phil Jackson in Daily Press
I remember him more than anything standing on some ski slope with snow falling around him and covering some downhill ski event somewhere in the world, whether it was the Olympics or not,Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson said from the NBA...