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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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Power Slider provides the best in hardshell protection and extended battery life for iPhone 3G.
95 for basic sliders and $2 more for any extras, was a bit steep for pub grub.
to meet regulatory requirements), this slider would need to be in the fully "on" position.
They contacted Slider in 1999 after he sent them a letter inquiring about the calendar publications.
The scale plate B is attached to the slider S and moves with it and is marked with a scale of values of unknown emf ranging from 1.
However, Gross says that data from the DDT-feminized red-bellied slider turtles he's studying "are beginning to suggest that such intersex animals are not reproducing.
New Hefty(R) Slider Bags feature a re-engineered seal with patented MaxLock(TM) track design to keep the bag secure, whether it's shaken, dropped or stacked.
Either version of the Slider works and will provide the "secret ingredient" to a soon-to-be family favorite recipe.
The Slip Slider provides consumers with a much more attractive alternative to conventional chair slip covers.
The package features an easy-open strip above the slider for initial bag opening in one step without the need for scissors or knives.
But what he wants to do with a slider is get hard to the zone, and then get out of the zone or under a bat.