SLIPS


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slips

[′slips]
(engineering)
A wedge-shaped steel collar fabricated in two sections, designed to hold a string of casing between various portions of the drilling operation.

SLIPS

"An Interpreter for SLIPS - An Applicative Language Based on Lambda-Calculus", V. Gehot et al, Comp Langs 11(1):1-14 (1986).
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As you know, I gave members nearly seven months to return blue slips on Justice Stras.
3 November 2017 - US-based online boat slip reservation company Snag-A-Slip has acquired US-based marina information and cruising concierge services provider Marinalife, the company said.
Downloaded roll number slips would also be eligible to participate in the exams.
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However, interface slip has direct influence on the ductility as well as on flexural capacity of the SCC girder.
the out For example, if you have 20 slips of paper you should see the first seven, making a note of the largest number up to this point.
Stowell pointed out, a forward slip and side slip are the same thing, aerodynamically speaking.
DENDRITIC SLIP DECORATION (WHOSE NAME IS derived from the Greek word 'tree') is a delicate fine-lined slip pattern that looks much like a complex series of tree branches or veins of seaweed.
Highways England (HE) says crews are due to start work at the northbound university interchange slip in August.
'If schools have any issue with students, they should resolve it through other means, but they can't use FBISE issued roll number slips to exploit them,' he said.
Roll number slips of regular candidates have been sent to their respective colleges.