|viiltää englanniksi||slash fi, gash fi, shear fi, slit fi|
: Excuse me, I need to take a slash
*: Comments merely allow readers to proclaim themselves mortally offended by the content of a story, despite having been warned in large block letters of INCEST or SLASH (any kind of sex between two men or two women: the term originated with the Kirk/Spock pairing – it described the literal slash between their names).
: Slash generated during logging operations may increase fire hazard.
*: We passed over the shoulder of a ridge and around the edge of a fire slash, and then we had the mountain fairly before us.
: Iran on Thursday called on [[OPEC]] to slash output by 2 million barrels per day.
: The department store slashed its prices to attract customers.
: rfquotek|Dr. H. More
: Im a teacher slash student.
: I think Im having hallucinations slash someone is playing tricks on me
*: Vowing that he was “never going to forget the lessons of that day,” President Bush paid tribute last night to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack, laying wreaths at ground zero, attending a prayer service at St. Paul’s Chapel and making a surprise stop at a firehouse and a memorial museum overlooking the vast gash in the ground where the twin towers once stood.
*: “Oh Gertie it’s true. It’s all true. They’ve got a horrid gash instead of a thrilling thing.”
*: So trenchant was the Templar’s weapon, that it shore asunder, as it had been a willow twig, the tough and plaited handle of the mace, which the ill-fated Saxon reared to parry the blow, and, descending on his head, levelled him with the earth.
*: the golden tresses ... were shorn away
*: short of the wool, and naked from the shear
*: After the second shearing, he is a two-shear ram; ... at the expiration of another year, he is a three-shear ram; the name always taking its date from the time of shearing.
: He slit the bag open and the rice began pouring out.
*: And slits the thin-spun life.