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SLAPSSt. Lucia Animal Protection Society (est. 1998)
SLAPSSymmetrically Loaded Audio Passive System (Earthquake Sound Corp.; Menlo Park, CA)
SLAPSSpatial Variability of Land Surface Processes
SLAPSState Level Action Plan Software
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As it was, she was actually beginning to think that she should like to make Lucy cry by slapping or pinching her, especially as it might vex Tom, whom it was of no use to slap, even if she dared, because he didn't mind it.
I stopped the preliminary slap, but before I could hit him, his terrible left fist reached my head again; and down I fell once more--upon the hearth-rug this time--not over-heavily.
Then, reading from his account-book as if he were repeating some devout prayer, in the middle of his delivery he raised his hand and gave him a sturdy blow on the neck, and then, with his own sword, a smart slap on the shoulder, all the while muttering between his teeth as if he was saying his prayers.
Still I pulled, holding what I gained each time with a double turn until the next slap gave me more.
She was a round, rosy, good-natured-looking creature, but she had a sturdy way which made Mistress Mary wonder if she might not even slap back--if the person who slapped her was only a little girl.
"I've--I've had a reward for my meanness--I've had a slap in the face," he concluded, tragically.
"Time counts for nothing, even in physical chastisement; but my slap in the face was not physical, it was moral."
"Yes, I saw her, and got the said slap in the face as mentioned.
During the hearing, the judge reprimanded Imran Ali Shah and said, 'What were you thinking when you slap the citizen?