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01. I hurt my arm when my bicycle [slid] on the road in the rain, and I fell over.
02. After it snowed, the kids spent the day [sliding] down the hill on the toboggan.
03. Joshua [slid] into the driver's seat, and pretended he was racing in a Formula 1.
04. The car [slid] going around a corner in the rain, and almost hit someone coming from the opposite direction.
05. If you put some wax on the drawers of your desk, you'll find they'll [slide] in and out a little more easily.
06. The Canadian dollar continues to [slide] in value, and is now worth 68 cents American.
07. We spent the evening looking at Elizabeth's [slides] of her trip to Bali.
08. The little girl just loved going down the [slide] at the playground.
09. We put a fly wing on a [slide], and looked at it under the microscope.
10. Theodore Rubin once said that there are two ways to [slide] easily through life: to believe everything or to doubt everything; both ways save us from thinking.
11. We looked at a [slide] of a drop of water under the microscope, and it was full of little things.
12. This next [slide] is of a beach in Greece where we went swimming for a few days.
13. A little boy fell off the [slide], and broke his arm at the playground this morning.
14. In biology class today, we made [slides] with the wings of different insects.

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