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slide

 [slīd]
a piece of glass or other transparent substance on which material is placed for examination under the microscope.

slide

(slīd),
A rectangular glass plate on which an object to be examined under the microscope is placed.

slide

(slīd) a glass plate on which objects are placed for microscopic examination.

slide

(slīd)
A rectangular glass plate on which is placed an object to be examined under the microscope.

slide

a piece of glass or other transparent substance on which material is placed for examination under the microscope.

acetate tape slide
see acetate tape slide.
slide culture technique
a rapid method of preparing fungal colonies for examination and identification.
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Pricing for The Urban Slide varies and depends mainly on two factors:
Before purchasing an inflatable water slide be sure to inquire with the inflatable manufacturer about whether the unit will hold excess water after use.
By using a color-capable direct-to-slide printer, staff can print color-coded slides without depleting a central inventory, and lab operations professionals do not have to track slide inventory and reorder color-coded and logo-imprinted slides.
Slide your left foot/leg laterally (at about a 30-degree angle) in a slow and deliberate manner until you are in a "groin stretch" position.
Everyone's like, `Here's our family slide collection; write a song about our family,' '' says Trachtenburg who talks with the rapidity of a hyper-intelligent grad student.
Taking a dime and prying open one side of the slide can easily pop the cable insert out/in to capture the cables in the slide.
The problem is that many artists during the '60s first turned to slide projection precisely to escape medium specificity: It offered a way to deskill and homogenize production (through the embrace of the cheap slide format) and to incorporate forms of distribution within the artistic structure.
To say that an infant attempting to slide down a 6-inch-tall slide is making a "mistake" is like saying scientists who smash atoms are "destructive.
A slide consists of two parts, the slide tip and the slide carrier (Fig.
Even so, many researchers opt to buy pretreated slides rather than prepare slide surfaces themselves--a task that can be fraught with consistence problems.
The rolling contact of the ball screw and anti-backlash nut gives this slide great precision and high efficiency.
Instead, a pneumatic short-stroke cylinder drives a rack and pinion to open and close the slides in the mold.