Definitions for slammingˈslæm ɪŋ
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Slamming is the impact of the bottom structure of a ship onto the sea surface. It is mainly observed while sailing in waves, when the bow raises from the water and subsequently impacts on it. Slamming induces extremely high loads to ship structures and is taken into consideration when designing ships.
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Slamming the door in the face of refugees would betray our deepest values. That's not who we are. And it's not what we're going to do.
We heard a very large, really loud slamming or banging sound, it was very alarming to all the passengers, myself included, and my co-worker that was with me.
They throw you in and it's dark in there and so you can't really see anything, ...I would hear Chrissy from the other side, slamming into the wall and just crying out.
That's crazy. That's really inappropriate, listen, it's not your fault. He shouldn't be slamming your car door, throwing things around. He doesn't have a right to open your door.
Turning away orphans, applying a religious test, discriminating against Muslims, slamming the door on every single Syrian refugee--is just not who we are. We’re better than that.
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