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a long slow walk to the top of the hill
A slow smile spread across her face.
Most large lorries are slow and difficult to drive.
Selecting the best candidate is a slow process.
Progress has been painfully slow.
I need a new laptop – this one’s really slow.
My boss is always slow to tell us about changes in the schedule.
They’re usually pretty slow in returning my phone calls.
My teachers thought I was a slow learner.
Adrian is a bit slow.
The first part of the film is very slow.
The weeks after Christmas are usually fairly slow in most shops.
Your watch is 15 minutes slow.
Cook in a very slow oven for 2 hours.
Slow journalism developed as a reaction to the 24/7 news cycle, with an emphasis on in-depth explanations of why stories matter and following them through to the end.
Welcome to slow travel, which comes to seem ever more tempting in an age of acceleration.