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slip

(slip)
1. To move out of a customary place; to dislocate (e.g., an intervertebral disk).
2. To slide into or on top of.
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The hospital is very concerned about the incident and has reminded all staff members to strictly comply with the requirement of proper checking when mailing Appointment Slips and Admission Slips.
Week 3 - Sunday September 24 to Saturday September 30 - Westbound main carriageway Main carriageway westbound closed between Benfield Road, westbound off-slip and Chillingham Road westbound on-slip, diversions in place up and down slip roads.
The purpose of this work was to study the slip behavior and frictional heating of LLDPE, pure as well as blended with a FPPA, flowing through a capillary die.
In this study, a method for a complete identification of the turn slip parameters for both the standstill and rolling tyre is developed.
This is an excellent question, and shows precisely why a side slip is a great way to correct for a crosswind.
Another source attributes the first dendritic slip to William Adams of the Greengates Factory, Tunstall, England, 1745-1805.
This information is then fed into the HSE's Slip Assessment Tool (SAT) along with the type of floor, the cleaning regime, the type of soiling and the footwear being worn.
FSLSO plans to phase out the agent and insurer submission software in 2010, providing a greater importance on SLIP as FSLSO's premier filing platform.
Park Circus slip roads will remain open during the work.
8, which corresponds to a slip content of 100 to 400 ppm.
A unique slip additive in pastille form for PET and PBT film, sheet, and injection molding will be introduced by Croda Inc.
They watch people slip, and they analyze the body movements and brain processes involved.