Mr. Gates has said repeatedly that he will slash his budget by $100 billion.
“That last Rock and Roll Hall of Fame thing was it,” says slash in an interview with The Daily Beast.
“The ‘80s for me, I didn’t feel that strongly about what that represented,” says slash.
So Romney has a secret plan to slash taxes without boosting the deficit he decries?
WATCH VIDEO of Paul jamming, as well as immortal riffs from rockers Jimmy Page and slash on Les Paul guitars.
This was Peck's opportunity, and with a slash of the hunting-knife he released his hands.
Should they break through our barricades, slash at the horses with your scythes.
Darl braced himself to withstand the swooping pounce that seemed imminent, the slash of the sharp beak.
With them it was snap and slash and get away, snap and slash and get away.
Then the effort of the clown to make love to Canio's wife; the slash of the whip from her, the muttered curses from him.
1540s, "to cut with a stroke of a blade or whip;" 1650s, "to strike violently," perhaps from Middle French esclachier "to break," variant of esclater "to break, splinter" (see slat). Meaning "to clear land" (of trees) is from 1821, American English. In reference to prices, it is attested from 1906. Related: Slashed; slashing. Slash-and-burn for a method of clearing forest for cultivation is from 1919.
"a cutting stroke with a weapon," 1570s, from slash (v.); sense of "slit in a garment" is from 1610s; that of "open tract in a forest" is first attested 1825, American English. As a punctuation mark in writing or printing, it is recorded from 1961.