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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 rectangular glass plate on which is placed an object to be examined under the microscope.
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And they're certainly not the oysters you let slide down the back of your throat without chewing.
Regardless of how stretched a manager may feel, having development conversations with employees is too valuable to let slide. Research continues to demonstrate a high correlation between these tete-a-totes and employee retention, engagement and, ultimately, productivity.
An interesting one, which I let slide on the grounds that we were all so hungry we'd gone past the proverbial 'point'.
"Ronald Barber was once again a terrific quiz master and only managed to let slide one of the answers, much to everyone's delight - at least one guaranteed point.
With that said, Egypt cannot let slide this harsh blow to the fabric of relations with Israel and the gross violation of international norms," Netanyahu said in a statement also thanking Washington for its role.
that I can stop if I want in freeze-frames or let slide
This is the easiest to let slide. Our busy lives make it hard to sit and do the research it takes to make a good teacher.
Saso Kokalanov from Dnevnik claims that everyone who wants to be objective in the analyses on the events with the media kingdom of Velija Ramkovski, must simply mention the absurd police intervention on Thursday with which the movement and work of A1 TV's journalists was prevented but can also not ignore the suspicions on the criminal activities of the TV's boss that all government have let slide through.
It seems like different groups or organizations pick and choose which issues to fuss and complain about, which sends contradictory messages about what's important and what people will let slide by.
You might already have non-credit personnel who have noticed warning signs which, unknowingly, they let slide. But in the credit department, a "red flag" can be investigated by doing a little research to identify potential problems or conducting an in-depth credit analysis.
Is there an area of your life that you have let slide? Is it your business?
I would even let slide the little items, like recent college grad, military, owner loyalty, or, like one I saw recently, "farm bureau, affiliates, business links," no single person would really have a shot in hell at qualifying for all that stuff.