slip down


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slip something down

to slide something downward. I slipped my pants down a little so the doctor could give me a shot in what they call your "hip." He slipped down his pants a little.
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slip down

to slide or glide downward. His socks kept slipping down. He lost so much weight that his pants almost slipped down.
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McCullum gave it a 'wait and see' when asked if he would slip down from the top-three in Twenty20s and Tests.
It is easy for programs to slip down one slope or another from this pinnacle -- either becoming strictly volunteer service endeavors with little integral relation to the university's academic mission, or becoming internship and laboratory opportunities for students without relevance to true community development needs.
Marion Cito's costumes of loose Italian-cut suits for the men and stiletto heels and strapless satin ballgowns for the women leave Shanahan looking unsteady and vulnerable, as if her clothes were about to slip down - which they in fact often do.
PRO NEWS FOUR dropped strokes in three holes on the way home saw North Wales' Ben Briscoe slip down to a tie for 57th place in the Georgia Classic on the Hooters Tour in America.
Boss Terry Skiverton said: "We mustn't slip down the table.
A stuttering festive season has seen the Dons slip down to third in the SPL.
The defeat saw the Knitters slip down to 15th in the table, although they are only eight points off a play-off spot and have as many as five games in hand on the clubs above them.
The Cardiff-based side won their first two games, but subsequent losses to Oxford Hawks and Holcombe have seen them slip down the table.
Another draw, however, will surely see us start to slip down the table.
Many of the parents who watched their children flip their boards midair and slip down walls of concrete didn't seem to mind.
Fishburn slip down to second bottom, Nunthorpe moving up to 10th place.
PAUL WARING is still out of action with an injured wrist and his almost two months of inactivity has seen him slip down to 106th in the European Tour's Race to Dubai order of merit with his earnings of 231,741 euros from 20 tour naments.
The news is a major setback to Leeds manager Gary McAllister, whose side have lost two of their last three League One games to slip down the table.
Sadly, his play couldn't exatly be described as bloomin' marvellous and a 75 added to his 69 on day one saw him slip down the field