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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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Jack Smith did slide-show performances there, and I showed my slides there all the time in the early '80s.
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Nickel silver outer and brass inner slide tubes prevent slides from sticking while the student learns the basics, and water keys on the main and third slides provide for easy drainage.
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The roller is mounted on a stainless steel axle pin and seems to have just enough play to eliminate the chance of getting any debris in the slide causing the roller to seize like ball bearing slides of the past.
His focus on the repetition of mass-produced architecture, emphasized through his images' compositional chasms of flat surfaces placed en abime, is matched by the serialization of slides in a continuous, circular carousel, shown one after the next.
This study compared undergraduates' notes after traditional lecture, lecture with slides, and lecture with slides plus guided notes.
Slides come with a teacher manual featuring image reproductions, lessons, and student writing assignments.