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1. The Internet, once a slang.
2. Slang lives on the language.
3. All choice of words is slang.
4. Almost like a universal slang.
5. She told me it was to explain slang.
6. Slang is the tongue of those who sit in.
7. The Dauntless have the weirdest slang.
8. There is correct English: that is not slang.
9. In English slang it refers to a young woman.
10. I think that 'gravy' is slang for money in.
11. Also slang referring to the use of plug tobacco.
12. Algebra, medicine, botany, have each their slang.
13. Where are we at this moment? In the land of slang.
14. Echo was military slang for an interrogator.
15. Researches in slang mean discoveries at every step.
16. And kindly refrain from using all that hippy slang.
17. And the strongest slang of all is the slang of poets.
18. In slang terms, sometimes referred to as a Jelly Roll.
19. He or she is mindful of slang and subtlety of meaning.
20. Careful, your twenty-first century slang is coming out.
21. Colle, Panard and Piron flow from it, enriched with slang.
22. Sally didn’t respond to the slang term I used for his name.
23. What is slang? It is at one and the same time, a nation and a.
24. The chorus was old slang for getting inebriated and making love.
25. This is what may be called the first, the vulgar aspect of slang.
26. It is in this cellar that nearly all the slang songs had their birth.
27. I've been scanning, her hutechnic tongue passed as native slang.
28. There is the slang of the affected lady as well as of the precieuses.
29. Navy slang for a drinking fountain aboard a United States ship of war.
30. CHAV: A slang term which has been in wide use throughout the United.
31. Well, tell me whether it is slang or poetry to call an ox a leg-plaiter.
32. Slang, being the dialect of corruption, quickly becomes corrupted itself.
33. In the major US and British networks, there is a slang term called ITP.
34. Origin: The word “nut” was used as a slang term for “head” around 1820.
35. Slang, whether the public admit the fact or not has its syntax and its poetry.
36. Rock ‘n Roll (A 50’s/60’s American slang for sex in the backseat of a car).
37. They were called ‘Hangers’ in slang and had become the symbol of urban life.
38. Now Mercer wondered if he’d been jonesing for a fix, or whatever the slang was.
39. In the slang words of the time, it "sees its finish" if the positive thought is.
40. This system, combined with localallusions, double meanings and current slang, in.
41. In short, that by which it is possible to feel, using the language of slang, the.
42. The first slang word he became familiar with was the word ‘mate’ that meant friend.
43. Accent, slang, the soaked-feather consonants < but clearly he was refusing to go to the.
44. Warren’s tone was impressive; and for reasons of her own she chose to ignore the slang.
45. Tu es pédé? Literally, are you a pederast? – except that pédé is slang for homo.
46. You spent all that time in the UK and you didn't pickup any of the slang? Jamie asked.
47. Robin winced as a torrent of incomprehensible Breton was followed by an explosion of London slang.
48. To meet the needs of this conflict, wretchedness has invented a language of combat, which is slang.
49. He could speak English without a trace of an accent, but preferred to wield a mixture of Chicano slang.
50. There are three acronyms that serve as a slang shorthand in describing these factors: TS, OPM, and SOTT.
51. He is more interested in the ponies now than in politics, she said, dropping unconsciously into slang.
52. Slang is nothing but a dressing-room where the tongue having some bad action to perform, disguises itself.
53. Slang was, in fact, the charcoal outline of most of her talk, but it was generally concealed by the color.
54. The young soldiers slouched in the back seat, spoke slang and described lives they one day planned to have.
55. I don’t mean to say that this was some strange career of mine, of course, and neither was it prison slang.
56. From a purely literary point of view, few studies would prove more curious and fruitful than the study of slang.
57. But say what we will, this manner of understanding the word slang is an extension which every one will not admit.
58. That’s slang for detective, isn’t it? This was something I never would have said forty-eight hours earlier.
59. Once, I had felt the rightness of the slang term buzz: efflorescence, that bursting of the shell of the self.
60. Yeah, Ralph studied Earth culture and loves American comedic slang so he uses it whenever possible, Ethan said.
61. These hideous and delicate products of wonderful art are to jewellers' work what the metaphors of slang are to poetry.
62. The Temple preserved the slang of the seventeenth century; Bicetre, when it was a prison, preserved the slang of Thunes.
63. That is elven slang, night sessions tend to be more serious, romantic, passionate, and generally last one to three hours.
64. The sugar-manufacturer who says: "Loaf, clarified, lumps, bastard, common, burnt,"—this honest manufacturer talks slang.
65. They were held totally in French, which was spoken so fast and filled with so many slang terms that I was unable to follow.
66. Who was Jesus? ‘Jesus’ is merely a Semitic misspelling of the Greco-Persian slang word: ‘Zeus’: used in the Mid-east.
67. Still, from time to time, and in consequence of this very movement, the ancient slang crops up again and becomes new once more.
68. Who sharpens the bullets for sharpshooters? It is rather ironic that slang for a gun is “piece” while the word “peace”.
69. Their meal arrived, berry pancakes and bacon strips was what he called it, here the slang translated literally to 'patters and toast.
70. Nothing is more lugubrious than the contemplation thus in its nudity, in the broad light of thought, of the horrible swarming of slang.
71. For our part, we reserve to the word its ancient and precise, circumscribed and determined significance, and we restrict slang to slang.
72. That same morning I had borrowed the 'rascal' [prison slang for knife] from my neighbour, and had hid it, so as to be ready for anything.
73. Greg and Striker, the great experts at Brooks Range, treated me with endless patience, even though I couldn't understand any of the local slang.
74. I see a young lady who pins her collar straight, laces her boots neatly, and neither whistles, talks slang, nor lies on the rug as she used to do.
75. The antique slang of the great century is no longer spoken except in the Temple, and Babet was really the only person who spoke it in all its purity.
76. The diverse forms assumed by thought in the realm of slang, even song, even raillery, even menace, all partook of this powerless and dejected character.
77. Certain slang phrases which participate in the two epochs and have at once the barbaric character and the metaphorical character resemble phantasmagories.
78. Sometimes, in proportion as slang progresses from the first epoch to the second, words pass from the primitive and savage sense to the metaphorical sense.
79. Through this repulsive slang, Marius understood that gendarmes or the police had come near apprehending these two children, and that the latter had escaped.
80. But, for those who study the tongue as it should be studied, that is to say, as geologists study the earth, slang appears like a veritable alluvial deposit.
81. A certain school of criticism twenty years ago, which used to say: "Half of the works of Shakespeare consists of plays upon words and puns,"—talked slang.
82. The skilful in our century have conferred on themselves the title of Statesmen; so that this word, statesmen, has ended by becoming somewhat of a slang word.
83. What are the odds that �mouth� is actually slang for �toilet� here? Taking a calculated chance, he opened the bottle, took a swig, and began gargling.
84. Being one of the gang, not standing out too much, knowing the popular bands, going to new clubs, using the latest slang – these things didn’t interest him.
85. In addition to the philological origins just indicated, slang possesses other and still more natural roots, which spring, so to speak, from the mind of man itself.
86. The painter who says: "My grinder," the notary who says: "My Skip-the-Gutter," the hairdresser who says: "My mealyback," the cobbler who says: "My cub," talks slang.
87. The physicians of the Middle Ages who, for carrot, radish, and turnip, said Opoponach, perfroschinum, reptitalmus, dracatholicum, angelorum, postmegorum, talked slang.
88. English culture is permeated with undead reptile-bird culture: the slang term for the male penis is pecker: A blind bird beak pecking at something it wants to get into.
89. In a lot of books, we have stories involved in robbery, rapes, murders, abductions, and this means some detective/police force will be used along with their slang terminology.
90. As said I loved the MAG or LMG and so did SAP COIN who had a song about it! Something like this which is in Afrikaans for it is very hard to translate being slang but I tried in brackets:.
91. All that reason and conscience say to them, all that they have said to the highest representatives of men since the world has existed, all this, in their slang, is conditional and subjective.
92. And David put his hand in his bag, and took thence a stone, and slang it, and smote the Philistine in his forehead, that the stone sunk into his forehead; and he fell upon his face to the earth.
93. These two words, icigo and icicaille, both of which mean ici, and which belong, the first to the slang of the barriers, the second to the slang of the Temple, were flashes of light for Thenardier.
94. Generally, to throw listeners off the track, slang confines itself to adding to all the words of the language without distinction, an ignoble tail, a termination in aille, in orgue, in iergue, or in uche.
95. There is a slang of duchesses, witness this phrase contained in a love-letter from a very great lady and a very pretty woman of the Restoration: You will find in this gossip a fultitude of reasons why I should libertize.
96. As the reader perceives, slang in its entirety, slang of four hundred years ago, like the slang of to-day, is permeated with that sombre, symbolical spirit which gives to all words a mien which is now mournful, now menacing.
97. The better reason for my not being conversant with the slang of the bank, which is here dinning in my ears from morning to night; that noise of jingling crowns, which are constantly being counted and re-counted, is odious to me.
98. When there was nothing left to eat on the plates, the Captain wiped his lips with a corner of the tablecloth and broke into indecent slang that ended once and for all the reputation for fine speech enjoyed by the riverboat captains.
99. Babet added, still in that classical slang which was spoken by Poulailler and Cartouche, and which is to the bold, new, highly colored and risky argot used by Brujon what the language of Racine is to the language of Andre Chenier:—.
100. Phoenician, very good! Levantine, quite right! Even dialect, let that pass! They are tongues which have belonged to nations or provinces; but slang! What is the use of preserving slang? What is the good of assisting slang "to survive"?
1. Hold onto your temper, Sally – don’t turn this into a slanging match!.
2. I let the rest of the class fall into a slanging match about who was kissing whom.
3. Being evenly matched in the verbal stakes, our first slanging match was memorable - warming the insides and leaving us relaxed.
4. It was absurd that I should have ended up in a slanging match with the Stephen Stills tour party, as at seventeen, I had nothing but admiration for the man.
5. He had returned with Kim to the Royal Palace the previous afternoon and had a pointless discussion with his brother, Kim’s father, which had resulted in a slanging match.
1. Pressmen he could not have slanged them worse.
1. By this, which was nothing but French, Thenardier recognized Montparnasse, who made it a point in his elegance to understand all slangs and to speak none of them.

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