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the scum formed by oxidation at the surface of molten metals

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She nearly always wears really slaggy clothes - and she always smells of babies or cabbage."
It can also be ordered by messaging Eric through the Slaggy Island Memories Facebook group.
Indeed, up until the 1980s, the area was known locally as "the slaggy".
Unfortunately, her sworn enemy Slaggy Lindsay also has designs on the new boy, as well as the best cleavage in the entire year group to distract his attention.
Unfortunately, Georgia's sworn enemy Slaggy Lindsay also has designs on the new boy, as well as the best cleavage in the entire year group to attract his attention.
Not bothered about what they've done as long as you're gettin' the cash to pay for yer slaggy outfits an' tacky highlights?" A slapper?
I could write forever and a day about the Golden Boy who was born in South Bank, or Slaggy Island as it was called back then.
Slaggy Susie (Michelle Collins), whose feckless husband Jo had a fling with Mandy in the last series, gave birth (a rare chance for Susie to put her feet down and relax) and the others gathered round to "ooh" and "aah" over the baby and talk dirty.
Mr Thornton had been walking his terrier mongrel Darcy in a park area of Hebburn known as the "slaggy" around 4pm on March 22 last year.
The other equally unbelievable Daylight Robbery (Thursday, ITV) ended with the slaggy blaggers scheming to pull off a job that even mighty Arsenal failed to accomplish - turning over the Hammers.
"The information provided will play an important part in helping us to direct our resources where they are most needed and to improve our services and the town as a whole." Cash from bash A REUNION of former "Slaggy Islanders" from South Bank Central School at the Normanby Hotel raised PS180 for breast cancer re s e a rc h.
I was particularly taken by Edwina Slaggy, a bug-eyed former Tory MP obsessed with chains and whips and discipline, mumbling Sir Geoffrey Hush, bleating Douglas Weird and blunt-speaking Sir Marcus Flatcapp ("He was thinking the unthinkable and speaking the unspeakable...