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"I love using my slip silk sleep mask as the final step in my wind down ritual.The beautifully-soft silk reduces the friction and stretching of my facial skin throughout the night, ultimately helping to avoid facial creasing."




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"I love using my slip silk sleep mask as the final step in my wind down ritual.The beautifully-soft silk reduces the friction and stretching of my facial skin throughout the night, ultimately helping to avoid facial creasing."


Note: The Court works to ensure the timeliness and accuracy of this information. However, researchers should independently verify the status of the opinions as well as their precedential value and note that the slip opinions filed on the Court's CM/ECF system are the official court documents of record.


A slip is a woman's undergarment worn beneath a dress or skirt. A full slip hangs from the shoulders, usually by means of narrow straps, and extends from the breast to the fashionable skirt length. A half slip (or waist slip) hangs from the waist. The word petticoat may also be used for half slips.


Slips serve various purposes. They help a dress or skirt hang properly, especially when static cling might otherwise cause the dress to wrap around the wearer's legs.[1] They protect the skin from chafing against coarse fabrics such as wool; conversely, if the outer garment is made of fine fabric, a slip protects it from perspiration. A slip may be worn for warmth, especially if the dress or skirt is lightweight and thin, whereas in very warm or humid climates, a slip made entirely from cotton may be desired. Slips are often worn to prevent the show-through of intimate undergarments such as panties or a brassiere. A slip may also be used to prevent a silhouette of the legs showing through clothing when standing in front of a bright light source.


Slips fall into two major categories. A full slip hangs from the shoulders by straps that extend down to the top of the breast area, with a skirt below the bust. Full slips come in a variety of lengths; some extend down to the upper thigh, some to just above the knees, or just below the knees, while others go down to just above the ankles.


A waist slip, "half slip", or "underskirt", is held on to the body around the waist by means of an elastic waistband. The waist slip is also available in the same lengths as the aforementioned full slip. Waist slips that extend down to just above the ankle are often called formal slips, or maxi slips. Mini slips are yet another size option for waist slips. They were first introduced in the 1960s to wear under a mini skirt. American Maid manufactured waist slips that had vents and a rear zipper in addition to the elastic waistband. These slips were made of half nylon and half dacron polyester. As an alternative to the full slip, a waist slip with a matching camisole can be worn to provide full coverage.


There is also similar garment designed to be worn under thin or light-colored slacks, called trouserslips or pettipants. In addition to pants, a pettipant may also be worn under a dress or skirt, and like slips, they are mainly made of nylon or as a layer of luxury, in silk.


Many slips have floral lace at the hem, vents or sideslits. Some of the older slips have decorations, such as a butterfly or flowers sewn into the fabric of the slip, and a pillowtab was also added to the waistband of a waist slip.


The vast majority of modern slips are made entirely of nylon, while others are made from polyester, rayon, acetate, silk or in some cases cotton. Still, there are others made of blends, and the label of the garment might read, for example, "40% nylon, 35% rayon, 25% polyester". Nylon slips are often shiny in appearance, and are very smooth to the touch, while polyester slips can even be more shiny with a real slippery feel, especially charmeuse or "satin" slips. Although charmeuse slips have very attractive eye appeal, they are not as durable as nylon slips, and often tear very easily, especially when wet.


Slips made in the 1940s were mainly made entirely of rayon due to the war effort. In the late 1940s, some nylon slips began to appear on the market, and the vast majority of slips made in the 1950s were nylon. In the 1960s, slips were offered in a much greater variety of colours, including multi-coloured slips. Slips with a floral print design were also made available. Some of the most well known slip brand names of the past are: Lorraine, Dior, Velrose, Shadowline, Wondermaid, Warner's, Kayser, Maidenform and Van Raalte. There are well established slip/lingerie manufacturers still in operation today such as Vanity Fair, Vassarette and Sliperfection.


The word "slip" has come to refer to a number of other undergarments. In German, French, and Italian the word slip is commonly used for panties. (This is a false friend, as is the use of "le smoking" to describe a tuxedo jacket.) "Slip" is also sometimes used for the brief style of men's underwear.[2] In the incontinence product market, the word "slip" is often used as a euphemism for an adult diaper or nappy, typically the "all-in-one" style that is worn by fastening on with adhesive tapes, similar to a larger version of the disposable ones worn by babies.[3]


Intersections should be designed to accommodate safe pedestrian crossings using tight curb radii, shorter crossing distances, and other tools as described in this document. While right-turn slip lanes are generally a negative facility from the pedestrian perspective due to the emphasis on easy and fast vehicle travel, they can be designed to be less problematic. At many arterial street intersections, pedestrians have difficulty crossing due to right turn movements and wide crossing distances. Well designed right-turn slip lanes provide pedestrian crossing islands within the intersection and a right-turn lane that is designed to optimize the right turning motorist's view of the pedestrian and of vehicles to their left. Pedestrians are able to cross the right-turn lane and wait on the refuge island for their walk signal.


The problem for pedestrians is that many slip lanes are designed for unimpeded vehicular movement. Islands for the right-turn slip lanes should be designed instead to discourage high-speed turns, while accommodating large trucks and buses. The triangular "pork chop" island that results should have the "tail" pointing to approaching traffic. Since the traffic signal is timed based on a shorter crossing, the pedestrian crossing time has much smaller influence on the timing of the signal. This design has an additional advantage for the pedestrian; the crosswalk is located in an area where the driver is still looking ahead. Older designs place the crosswalk too far down, where the driver is already looking left for a break in the traffic.


The slip law is an official publication of the law and is admissible as "legal evidence" (1 U.S.C. 113). The OFR assigns the permanent law number and legal statutory citation of each law and prepares marginal notes, citations, and the legislative history (a brief description of the Congressional action taken on each public bill), which also contains dates of related Presidential remarks or statements). The OFR publishes the slip laws through the Congressional Printing Management Division, U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). Slip laws can be obtained:


Reservations are only processed by office staff during regular office hours, Monday through Saturday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Maximum stay allowed is 30 days. Oceanside Harbor does not issue refunds. The slip will be held for your use for the duration of the reservation, regardless of arrival time. If you wish to cancel your reservation prior to your reserved arrival time, you may do so during regular office hours in person or by phone at (760) 435-4000. Rain checks are available, but there are no refunds. Any rain checks must be used within 12 months.


Yes - If you are a registered user and were logged on when you submitted the witness slip, you can make changes. Log on to the ILGA Dashboard, and your witness slip will be located under "Manage Slips".


Please Note - A Thirty Day Written Notice is required to vacate the slip and fees due for final 30 days. There are no slip transfers with the sale of the boat. If you sell your boat, you are still required to provide the Marina with a written thirty day notice and the new owner may have to move the boat to another available slip or get on a waiting list. Please always check availability with the office first.


*If there are no slips available or you are waiting for a specific slip, you may fill out an application to get on the wait list. There is a $20.00 non-refundable annual fee for each waiting list you wish to be on.


The Polyclutch Slip-Ease is a mechanical slip clutch with an axial loaded multi-plate design. For applications where space is at a premium and low backlash is required. Torque capacities of up to 500 lb-in.


The purpose of the current study was to design and evaluate the effectiveness of virtual reality training in improving recovery reactions and reducing fall frequency in older adults. Twenty-four older adults were recruited and randomly assigned to two groups (virtual reality training and control). Both groups underwent three sessions including baseline slip, training and transfer of training on slippery surface. Both groups experienced two slips, one during baseline and the other during the transfer of training trial. The training group underwent 12 simulated slips using a visual perturbation induced by tilting a virtual reality scene while walking on the treadmill and the control group performed normal walking during the training session. Kinematic and kinetic data were collected during all the sessions. Results demonstrated a reduced incidence of falls in the training group during the transfer of training trial as compared to the control group. The training group was able to transfer reactive control strategies learned during training to the second slip trial. The reactive adjustments included reduced slip distance. Additionally, gait parameters reflective of gait instability (stride length, step width, variability in stride velocity) reduced after walking in the VR environment for 15-20 min. The results indicated a beneficial effect of the virtual reality training in reducing slip severity and recovery kinematics in healthy older adults. 041b061a72


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