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a person who uses a sling to throw something

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We are very well prepared for what's coming," said Slinger.
Morgan King co-founder Howard Slinger said: "We've met with a really positive response and, as a result, we're opening our second o'ce in Teesside earlier than planned and also recruiting two new members of sta.
Mr Slinger, who studied foreign politics at the university and went on to work for Labour MP Ann Clwyd, wanted to create a lasting legacy for his late friend.
GameAnax, the makers of exciting racing games 'Crazy Monster Truck' and Go Karts, launched the latest shooting game Gun Slinger on 17th October.
Sunday at a rail crossing in Slinger, according to Patrick Waldron, a Canadian National spokesman.
Slinger gave up two hits and struck out eight over eight innings for Worcester.
Slinger is the antithesis of the chiselled, pin-up prince.
However, the more pertinent question for theatre-goers is: "How good is Jonathan Slinger (right)?
Dave Pugh sprang into action when 76-year-0ld Trevor Slinger collapsed and stopped breathing after celebrating a birdie putt on the second green at Mold Golf Club.
Joe Buescher and Mike Saber, co-workers in the telecom industry and dog lovers, teamed to invent a slinger, which can not only fling balls for Fido to fetch but also Frisbees and bumpers.
A 'proper' slinger will throw his bat across the room in just about any instance.
Unemployed David Slinger was found dead in his flat on the Dublin Road, Belfast, by his flatmate last March.
The business is owned by Michael Slinger, who was on scene within minutes of hearing of the blaze.
A compact hot-runner temperature controller for low-cavitation applications was introduced at April's China-plas show in Shanghai by Mastip of New Zealand (represented here by Mastip North America, Slinger, Wis.