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slider

[′slīd·ər]
(electricity)
Sliding type of movable contact.
(ordnance)
A fuse or exploder component that interrupts the explosive train when the device is in the unarmed condition, and that moves during arming in such a way as to render the explosive train operative.

slider

A block of material that holds the read/write head of a magnetic disk. See flying head.
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Yun said PyeongChang is just a start and aims to grab the gold at Beijing 2022 to become the first skeleton slider ever to win two consecutive gold medals at the Winter Games.
While some appear somewhat cute, like the Snake volume slider by Reddit user Jaeyuuji, others are just far too inconvenient, like this physics-based design by user dllu.
We chose sliders rather than burgers as they offer more versatility by allowing diners to mix and match their choices.
The new slider system is designed for high-performance packages that require strong top and end retention values, whilst allowing for easy gripping and ease of access to the product.
In comparing these results, we see that the batter only gains an advantage over the pitcher when the rate of runaway sliders is extremely high, or X > 1.
To gain speed, sliders launch themselves down the track with as much force as possible.
Non-native sliders are thought to be more common in urban or suburban locations in proximity to initial release sites.
For suppliers' websites, the Slider Search can be customised to include specific plastic material properties and match corporate branding.
In addition, "We noticed the trend in restaurants and cookbooks of cooking and serving smaller mini-size hamburgers--or sliders, as they are more commonly known.
95 for basic sliders and $2 more for any extras, was a bit steep for pub grub.
The discussion required to balance the sliders to everyone's satisfaction provides insights into why a particular factor is deemed more important by one stakeholder and not another.