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Slab

A casing for a coin made and applied by a coin grading service. A coin grading service may put a slab on a coin that it has appraised and authenticated to preserve its condition and value.
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slab

A building foundation of poured concrete,lacking a basement or crawl space.
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Its design is fresh and angular if a bit slabby, a sort of American/European style with high waist, distinctive nose and tail plus huge vertical headlamps.
The pale light from the dashboard gives her face the slabby, sunken look of a medical-school cadaver--or so the doctor thinks.
"You get a lot of flat, slabby pieces, so the 3/4 would be good for commercial stuff, putting under concrete," Mitschele said.
The traditionally slabby Saab dash looks solid and impressive, despite being almost unchanged for decades and the two-tone leather seats are stylish too.
Its design is fresh andangular if a bit slabby, a sort of American/European style with high waist, distinctive nose and tail plus huge vertical headlamps.
Even though it was face-lifted a couple of years ago, the LS430 still looks very slabby and very American.
Understated to the brink of plain boring, when I think back to this quite wedgy and slabby two-door saloon.
The material shatters on natural impact points, resulting In uniform, cube-shaped material with minimal slivered, "slabby" product.
Slabby sides and a stunted tail don't make it all that visually attractive but things are a .lot better when the CC's folding roof is tucked neatly away in the boot.