Oh, tomorrow, tomorrow, I must have some pledge from you which will prove that you think of me; and that you may not forget me, take this!" and she slipped
a ring from her finger onto D'Artagnan's.
I turned and saw that she had deliberately slipped to the ground in the very path of the cruel demons who pursued us, thinking that by lightening the burden of my mount it might thus be enabled to bear me to the safety of the hills.
As Carthoris was not mounted, I slipped from the back of my own mount and took my place at his side to meet the charge of the howling devils bearing down upon us.
About a week after this Robert came into the field with a halter, which he slipped
over my head, and led me away.
He said: "I was getting out of the shower and I slipped
and smashed my nose on the wall.
Some mechanics have slipped
off the tube and smacked their head against the upper door frame.
When the sailing industry shifted over to the Hudson River toward the end of the 1800s, the Fourth Ward slipped
into a backwater area and became known for its warehouses.
(1) For example, 3% of all female condoms slipped
out of the woman's vagina; the rate was 11% at first use, but it fell steadily to less than 1% if the method had been used 15 times or more.
The Saturday before, saddles slipped
on Just In Time at Ascot and on Bluebelle at Haydock.
Eventually, gravity overcame the attraction between the materials, and the mercury suddenly slipped
back, Putterman says.