• Definition for "slip"
    • to go smoothly, easily, and quietly: slipped into…
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    • "Events that are predestined require but…"
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    • A relapse on alcohol or drugs,…
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slip in a quote

"Events that are predestined require but little management. They manage themselves. They slip into place while we sleep, and suddenly we are aware that the thing we fear to attempt, is already accomplished."

"I'm lucky that my real-life Mom has both a great sense of humor about herself and an amazing ability to slip into complete denial if the subject matter gets a little too close to home."

"I'm lucky that my real-life Mom has both a great sense of humor about herself and an amazing ability to slip into complete denial if the subject matter gets a little too close to home."

"I'm lucky that my real-life Mom has both a great sense of humor about herself and an amazing ability to slip into complete denial if the subject matter gets a little too close to home."

"My main point is to be funny if I can slip a message in there, fine."

"Here is what we know after more than a decade of Republican rule: Texas works. Even 'The New York Times' let it slip into its pages that, 'Texas is the future.'"

"When Nirvana became popular, you could very easily slip and get lost during that storm. I fortunately had really heavy anchors - old friends, family."

"The United States is the most innovative country in the world. But our leadership could slip away if we fail to properly fund primary, secondary and higher education."

"You must have been warned against letting the golden hours slip by but some of them are golden only because we let them slip by."

"Do not allow to slip away from you freedoms the people who came before you won with such hard knocks."

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