slinger


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a person who uses a sling to throw something

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Ms Slinger said the club was committed to the wider regeneration of the North Docks - and to leaving a legacy at Goodison.
Don Lindsey also stated: "The secret is out about Slingers, how they are used and the advantages of owning a Slinger.
The 63-year-old, nicknamed the Singapore Slinger, saw off the former BDO champion 3-2.
The national search team was brought in upon request by Slinger's family.
This is the latest project to be acquired by the newly formed partnership between Five by Five Media (5x5media.tv) and Ink Slinger Entertainment.
But team manager Antiago Slinger is adamant that Los Teros are determined to contribute to the "big rugby party".
Morgan King is the brainchild of Howard Slinger, a recruitment specialist with over 25 years' experience in the recruitment industry, particularly within the construction, rail and technical recruitment markets at senior and executive levels.
Sony Pictures will restyle the Spider-Man franchise in partnership with Marvel Studios, returning the web slinger to the Marvel universe.
Past student, John Slinger, has arranged for ambassador Daniel Benjamin to speak at the event in Durham Castle in memory of Mr Slinger's late American friend, Michael McCarthy.
Slinger, Ramadan 24, 1435, Jul 21, 2014, SPA -- A Canadian National Railway Co.
The Bravehearts needed the run as Landers and Worcester's Kyle Slinger were locked in a pitching duel after each allowed a run in the first.
The other performers were Herbert Slinger (king of the dancers), J.
Jonathan Slinger's Hamlet is mesmerising as the dry, sarcastic, grief-stricken Danish prince at the centre of this Scandi-drama.