Defenders of the Utley and Coghlan slides
say, "That's how the game is played;" "Players are taught to take out the middle infielder when breaking up a double play;" "They didn't mean to injure the fielder;" and "The slide
was legal because the runner hit the ground first.
Insufficient Velcro, combined with children jumping and water weighing the unit down, can separate the Velcro seal and cause water to get under the liner of the commercial water slide
At the mid-range position (depicted in photo), slide
the left foot/leg inward in a slow and deliberate manner until you return to a standing position.
We show these kind of average slides
while talking about people thinking that `hey, my family's going to become immortalized in the slide
The exhibit is arranged in a series of panels detailing the history of slide
rules, starting with Scottish mathematician John Napier's 1614 discovery of the logarithm that made it possible to perform multiplication and division by addition and subtraction.
Still, if there is a case to be made for slide
projection as a medium, it is with pieces such as Coleman's, which defines itself not as unified structure but as heterogeneous assemblage--invoking photography, film, and sculpture but irreducible to any one.
A good dial-up Internet connection works quite well for these slide
and audio presentations, although a high-speed connection may avoid some delays.
To say that an infant attempting to slide
down a 6-inch-tall slide
is making a "mistake" is like saying scientists who smash atoms are "destructive.
consists of two parts, the slide
tip and the slide
Several factors determine if a slide
is safe or not, whether you design your own or install a manufactured one.
Trying to manhandle the adjusting screw to force the slide
up puts pressure on the top carriage tower's weldment.
Even so, many researchers opt to buy pretreated slides
rather than prepare slide
surfaces themselves--a task that can be fraught with consistence problems.