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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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Sometimes he started small slides of earth that covered up his work and compelled him to dig again.
Here she will stay a shutterless observatory; a life-boat station; a salvage tug; a court of ultimate appeal-cum-meteorological bureau for three hundred miles in all directions, till Wednesday next when her relief slides across the stars to take her buffeted place.
Tim slides open the aft colloid and reveals the curve of the world--the ocean's deepest purple--edged with fuming and intolerable gold.
To install, just remove the paper backing from the Slide Spider, exposing the adhesive.
The carnage of middle infielders and runners injured by the perilous takeout slide over the years is substantial.
However, many commercial inflatable businesses are reluctant to add a water slide inflatable product to their inventory.
You can climb stairs to the highest floor, and go down to the ground floor by the slide.
At the mid-range position, tighten your abdominals and right glute, and then slide by "pulling" the right foot/leg forward in a slow and deliberate manner until you return to a standing position.
The calculator and the computer may have usurped the slide rule's place in the engineer's toolbox, but that doesn't mean the old rule has been forgotten.
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.