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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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Because while fastball velocity gets more attention and is responsible for much of the all-or-nothing, power-on-power approach to pitching and hitting that defines the modern game this season can more accurately be defined as the Year of the Slider. If increasing fastball velocity is changing the sport, then the rise in the frequency and effectiveness of the slider is its chief accomplice.
? Keep it simple and rinse off after the pool in these shower-friendly sliders with soft cushioning.
Yes, a single slider has 520 calories and 10 grams (half a day's) saturated fat, plus 900 milligrams of sodium, all on a not-so-mini, white flour, Wonder Bread-like bun.
Majo's Sliders certainly delivers on its promise by serving up delicious homemade food to all diners.
The slider drawing on the passport kb8542-31-001 to the press kb8542.
Telkom, under the stewardship of assistant coach Josephine Ataro, who held the brief for grieving head coach Jos Openda, were punished for their sluggish start as Sliders sounded the board four minutes into the game through a short corner.
The discount retailer are also selling Fur Sliders which could rivalAmanda Wakeley's Shearling Fur Slides- these have been reduced to [pounds sterling]88 in the sale but customers will still save [pounds sterling]82 shopping at B&M.
We further refine it by using the Smoothness slider, which will control the transition between the tonal values affected.
To assemble the sliders, slice dinner rolls in half, add lettuce, one slice of tomato, drizzle ranch dressing and one piece of chicken to each roll.
Food history says sliders began as small, relatively greasy, hamburgers (Think: White Castle, Royal Castle and Krystal) on small square buns.
South Korea's skeleton slider Yun Sung-bin made history by becoming the first Asian to stand on an Olympic podium not just for skeleton, but any winter sliding event.