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slit

[slit]
(design engineering)
A long, narrow opening through which radiation or streams of particles enter or leave certain instruments.
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I was still hearing grouse noise when I awoke and looked, through slitted lids, down the length of my legs and across the dog .
Ammann, "Investigation on UWB printed monopole antenna with rectangular slitted ground plane," Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol.
Considering the simplicity of slitted ground structures, the authors propose a slitted structure with [lambda]/2 and discuss results of comprehensive studies on the decoupling mechanism in the slitted ground structure.
I like both perforated and slitted plastic row covers, which are made or thin plastic peppered with holes or long rows of vents.
Put two slitted green chillies, vodka (60ml), lemon juice(5ml) and sugar syrup(30ml) in a shaker.
Their large, oblong faces possess sharply angled features and slitted, upturned eyes with extended wavy eyebrow tendrils.
His eyes took on the yellow, slitted look nightmares give to monsters about to eat you.
A high-resolution, slitted spectrograph opens up additional observing opportunities, such as measuring the rotational speed of Saturn's rings, the radial velocities of stars, and detecting spectroscopic-binary stars and exoplanets.
Rather than having slits in its shotcup wall, the wall of its hollow base is slitted.
I saw myself through their slitted, happy eyes and saw I'd done nothing to amend their stupidity, to ennoble them by my example.
We use the zippered pocket for money, ID, and keys; the two slitted pockets allow you to dispense poop bags and even hand wipes (the belt comes with a packet of each).
We watered on Thursday and Friday ahead of heavy rain being forecast for Saturday morning when we got 7mm and that rain went in yesterday - we also shallow slitted the bend to give it some grip, which we do before every meeting and the jockeys agreed that we do it.