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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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We collected juvenile pond sliders and northern map turtles, but we did not collect any juvenile spiny softshell or snapping turtles.
Pond sliders and northern map turtles accounted for 96% of the turtles observed basking.
Population estimates, basking turtle sightings, and hoop net catches indicated that pond sliders were the most abundant species in the lake.