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Slider

In numismatics, a slang term for a coin that has been cleaned in order to make it appear to be in mint condition. This may actually reduce the value of the coin. That is, a slightly used coin in good condition may be worth more than a slider.
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Krige, who will be at Sale tomorrow night with his Stormers Super-12 side for a tour game against Robinson's Sharks, stands accused of a catalogue of crimes, including punches, stiff arms and a flying head butt.
The TeraStor flying head combines a flying head similar to those used in hard disk drives (HDDs) with two optical elements which are necessary to achieve Near Field Recording: the objective lens and the SIL.
A write coil integrated within the flying head is able to achieve fast switching time, thus allowing direct overwrite and contributing to the high performance of the product.
The TeraStor flying head is modified to include optical elements as well as a magnetic coil.
It took 15 attempts over three days, but 138 sky divers have broken the world record by flying heads down in a massive snowflake formation in Illinois.
Great flying heads with devastating penetration and razor-sharp blades is what you'll get when you purchase any of AfterShock Archery's heads.
The icing was within aircraft limits, and wasn't bad while flying heads down on the instruments, but flying visual formation through thick clouds and thick ice was a pretty heavy task load.
But he is mindful that his role as a target man, he can't avoid coming in to contact with flying heads, bodies and boots.
Elbit's next-generation AN/AVS-7 (ANVIS-HUD) Head Unit Display - Mounted on a night vision goggle, the AN/AVS-7 system enables display of mission-critical information while the pilot is flying heads up.
Former Crystal Palace midfielder Simon Rodger drove a corner into the crowded Canary box and when all the flying heads inexplicably missed the ball, Sidwell on loan from Arsenal, stole in to sidefoot home.