Gold slide

Gold slide

[′gōld ‚slīd]
(engineering)
A slide rule used on British ships to compute barometric corrections and reduction of pressure to sea level; it includes the effects of temperature, latitude, index correction, and barometric height above sea level.
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Hamid noted that the gold slide came on the back of the Federal Reserve's announcement that the need for a third dose of quantitative easing, so-called QE3, has retreated.
It has a gold slide, stainless steel barrel and black frame.
We wanted those pendants," said Sequera, of the locally designed and crafted diamond and gold slide pendants awarded to Sunday's champions.
Gold slides Gold continued its downtrend in the domestic bullion market here on Tuesday due to reduced offtake from jewellery stockists and retailers induced by a sharp fall in overseas trade.