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- n. A sledge runner on which a skip is dragged in a mine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In coal-mining:
- n. A skip without wheels; a sledge.
- n. plural Flat pieces of iron on which the corfs slide.
It stands about five miles from the railroad station, and consists of some half a dozen families, scantily provided with fathers, crowded into as many little huts scattered here and there on a "slipe" of very poor, rocky ridge.
Yes | No | Report from kylepountney wrote 14 weeks 4 days ago bowline or a slipe knot
I had a little slipe or two up there before, and havin 'a little money from my cattle, lumber, and sich, I went in and bought a few slipes more, jest to kind of fill in like, and
So along with the depression of writing off a day in our hotel room, which by the way can only be described as a, 'slipe pit,' we decided we needed to do something good for the soul so discovered a cafe that give opportunities to street kids to join the working community and provide them with a start in the hospitality/catering industry.
In 1638 Mr. Joachim wrote the States General, "that a certain judge had distinctly advised that, under present circumstances, the ship money may not be levied off the inhabitants of England, without consent of Parliament." slipe (n.)
i, Mansoork, (Personal No: BIE 187049) winner of this, actualy Thay were tell me to returne this slipe to Thaire and recive cash by Credit card But I could not a Credit Card, What I can do. plese give me the reply for further details about it thanks mansoor
A pretty tolerable farm; a cornfield and potato patch and gyarden, and parsture for my horgs and oxin, and a slipe of woods for my pine knots. "