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1895, (w), ''Little Rivers: A Book of Essays in Profitable Idleness''
- 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.
1965, Dmitri A. Borgmann, ''Language on Vacation'', page 240:
- Initial inquiries among professional typists uncover names like (smallcaps), (smallcaps), (smallcaps), and (smallcaps). Examination of typing instruction manuals discloses additional names such as (smallcaps) and (smallcaps), and other sources provide the designation (smallcaps).
2013, Katherine Arcement, "Diary", ''London Review of Books'', vol. 35, no. 5:
- 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).
To write fiction.
2001, (w), ''Zoolander'':
- What this, the Slashie, means is that you consider me the best actor slash model and not the other way around.
(ux) is a famous musician/songwriter.
''Alternatives can be marked by the slash/stroke/solidus punctuation mark, a tall, right-slanting oblique line.''
Read: ''Alternatives can be marked by the slash-slash-stroke-slash-solidus punctuation mark, a tall, right-slanting oblique line.''
''Where's the gents? I need to take a slash.''
1973, Martin Amis, ''The Rachel Papers,'' page 189:
- If you can slash in my bed (I thought) don't tell me you can't suck my cock.
To work in wet conditions.