(1) she used to skive lessons(2) The checkout girl had thought it was a good skive , especially as her break was almost due.(3) Tuesday and yesterday were a bit brighter and we did have a bit of a skive on Tuesday.(4) The train drivers must have called a strike, or a mass skive because of the heat.(5) The vast majority of the truants would readily acknowledge in the aftermath that they were only out for a skive following a wind-up on the web.(6) Ebay is the most popular site for workers on the skive with four in ten admitting that they trawl the auction site while killing time at work.(7) There's a couple at work who I suspect think it was nothing but a skive , mind, but I fully expected that.(8) she used to skive lessons(9) Yes, notwithstanding all of the above, I do love the odd skive on my tod.(10) ‘I decided to give blood because it was a good skive out of the railway and after you'd donated you got your free tea and biscuits,’ he said.(11) Bitspower's skiving technique seems a great way to remove the thermal junction between base and fins.(12) Having said that, being a professional skiver, I have devised tactics, strategies and contingency plans to prolong skiving .(13) I had said to myself that I would go to the gym after Dame G and Dr Sir T but I skived off and watched News 24 instead.(14) It was a warm, sunny Thursday and Belinda had skived off her unofficial work to join Astor for some sunbathing.(15) You think I skived off without blogging anything today, right?(16) It doesn't seem to matter how old I am, driving away from the office at any time before 5: 30 pm always feels like skiving .
(1) skive off :: skive хомӯш
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