But if that's going to happen, slender students may need to turn up the volume of their support for the subject.
However, safety experts will be looking at one slender clue.
Before McIntyre took on the show, he had the slender build of an average bloke, with the approachable good looks of Ewan McGregor.
Grispelle, as my mother and I make them, are elongated fritters about the size and shape of slender éclairs.
Michael (not his real name), was tall and slender; his windswept, dirty blond hair done up in a Flock of Seagulls–style do.
In my opinion, and most certainly in his own, these pretensions were but slender.
Strange, by what slender threads our lives are knitted to each other!
He held on grimly, crushing the life out of the slender writhing form until it ceased to quiver and throb, and hung limp.
The Road-Runner balanced on his slender legs and cocked his head trailwise.
Still she was a slender, fragile little creature, and you saw that the rude winds of life had swept too early over her.
c.1400, earlier sclendre (late 14c.), probably from a French source, often said to be from Old French esclendre "thin, slender," which could be from Old Dutch slinder, but the connections, and even the existence of these words, is doubtful. Related: Slenderly; slenderness.