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A search of 'Literature Online' that extends the chronological limits five years before and after Vickers's dates and encompasses works of any genre published in the period 1598-1614 and all plays, masques, and entertainments (some 230 altogether) composed or first performed within these same years reveals that four of the seventeen words were seldom or never used in literature outside the Shakespeare canon: physic v, slackly adv.
Slackly paced, containing few surprises and strangely antiseptic, this summer's most eagerly-awaited movie ain't really super at all.
It was casually, slackly, and endemically reliant on demeaning racial stereotypes.
Reading boss Steve Coppell said: "We started slackly and they had more of an edge.
Couldn't he see I was fading away, that my mouth hung slackly open, my eyes were bloodshot, features flushed and I was unsteady on my feet?
These are made of interlocked cuttings of textured papers, suggestive of wood grain and masonry like the papiers colles so beloved by the Cubists, all seemingly held together by a series of slackly dangling, ropelike pencil lines.
Slackly directed and not even worthy of a TV slot, this is enough to make you nostalgic for the equally conservative John Wayne version.
Its notorious opening was ill-tuned and slackly driven, and the whole impression was very low key until the extended dance sequence, where solo violins interplayed with lift and panache, exemplifying an orchestra which was propelling itself with a virtuosity and sumptuousness of tone we have come to take for granted.
History meant to be puffed up with nationalist pride hangs slackly.
Surprisingly, Sunderland got the first real opening when Chelsea right-back Mario Melchiot slackly passed low across his own box.
so convey'd, / So slackly guarded, and the search so slow / That