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Adagio
   means   
Slowly
Adagietto
   means   
Fairly Slowly
Larghetto
   means   
Fairly Slowly
Largo
   means   
Very Slowly
Lento
   means   
Slowly
Nubber
   is   
A Batted Ball That Travels Slowly for a Short Distance
Bruce Pearson
   was played by Robert De Niro in   
Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)
Braise
   means   
Brown Meat in Oil or Other Fat and then Cook Slowly in Liquid
The effect of braising is to tenderize the meat.
Confit
   means   
Slowly Cook Pieces of Meat in Their Own Rendered Fat
Eg Confit duck
Mull
   means   
Slowly Heat Wine or Cider With Spices and Sugar
Do Not Fear Going Forward Slowly
      
Fear Only to Stand Still
Decant
   is described as   
To Pour out Wine Slowly Into a Decanter to Eliminate Its Sediment
Chocolate
   has the lyric:   
Hold Me and Control Me and then Melt Me Slowly Down
Kylie Minogue
These Days
   has the lyric:   
It's Coming Round Again, the Slowly Creeping Hand
Powderfinger
You Am I
   released the album   
Dress Me Slowly (2001)
Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)
   has the last line:   
“From Here on In, I Rag Nobody.”
'Sunset' by Rainer Maria Rilke
   has the opening lines   
Slowly the West Reaches for Clothes of New Colors...
which it passes to a row of ancient trees ... Austrian, 1875-1926
Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)
   starred   
Michael Moriaty, Robert De Niro and Vincent Gardenia
Director: John D. Hancock. Also starred Phil Foster, Ann Wedgeworth & Heather MacRae. Plot: The story of the friendship between a star pitcher, wise to the world, and a half-wit catcher.
Ooze
   is   
To Exude Slowly
Wean
   is   
To Reduce or Take Away Slowly
E.g. Wean a child from its mother’s milk.
Seep
   is   
To Exude Slowly
Plod
   is   
Walk Slowly With Heavy Gait
Haul
   is   
Drag or Pull Slowly
Fifíra
   is the elvish word for   
Fade Away Slowly
Falling Slowly
   was featured in   
Once
2007 - Composed by Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová
Irene Hunt
   wrote   
Up a Pond Slowly
1967
Dog It
   means   
Work Slowly
Obituary
   released   
Slowly We Rot
The Age of Innocence
   ends   
"Newland Archer Got up Slowly and Walked Back Alone to His Hotel."
Edith Wharton
Webb Pierce
   released the single   
Slowly
1954; 17 weeks as #1 on the Billboard C&W chart, staying on the chart for an astounding 36 weeks; huge influence on genre
Augustus Caesar
   said   
"Make Haste Slowly"
Schlepp
   means   
Move Slowly, Tediously, Drag Oneself Along
Yiddish






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