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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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PF] are equal to exactly 1/2 because the payoffs assumed the batter can hit fastballs equally as well as sliders.
Centripetal force pushes lugers outward from their curved path, so the sides of the track are banked to keep the sliders from flying off.
Sliders should be more common in urban environments that are already devoid of most native emydid turtles and less common in rural settings that have high numbers of native emydids.
Served five different ways, the Slider Burgers at the Villard Street Pub give gourmands the opportunity to indulge in a platter of mushroom-and-swiss baby burgers, or miniatures topped with jalapeno caps and pepperjack cheese.
These sliders should not be considered and set independently of one another; rather, the settings should represent a balance.
Sliders, being a series, exhibited the same decay Walker notes in the "illusion" genre.
The plastic sliders align with the hooks or keyholes on the back of an object and lock into place.
The key to achieving this was replacing the Pico Sliders attached to the drive's heads, which maintain the appropriate distance from the disk during read and write operations, with Femto Sliders that are 35 percent smaller and much lighter.
Separation technology leader Sweco recently introduced a highly improved design of their screen cleaning sliders called the "Wave Slider.
Both of these disadvantages can be avoided in a variant of the opposition method, suggested some years ago by Wenner, in which a slide wire with two sliders was to be used.
However, the new strike zone -- as invented by the major league umpires -- has given rise to a preponderance of short curves, hard curves, sliders, and cutters, which are easier to throw for strikes.