SLATS


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AcronymDefinition
SLATSStatewide Landcover and Trees Study (Queensland, Australia)
SLATSStrike Leader Attack Training Syllabus (Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center)
SLATSSubscriber Line Automated Test System
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The coop did not toss around any more, but rode the waves more gently--almost like a cradle rocking--so that the floor upon which Dorothy stood was no longer swept by water coming through the slats.
So she sat down in a corner of the coop, leaned her back against the slats, nodded at the friendly stars before she closed her eyes, and was asleep in half a minute.
Each slat of the sign will have precisely the distance and direction to your memory places.
Some of it is truly garbage--ancient slats of cedar barely holding themselves together, 4-by-4s ravaged by water or dry rot, and lots of broken slats that were victims of the demolition process.
Shutters are fitted to the window and so block out more light than blinds when the slats are closed (if the shutters cover the whole window).
The SLAT concept is so powerful that many married couples set up SLATs for each other.
Leave a 1/2-inch gap on either side of the middle slat, and fasten the remaining two wide slats in place.
Park, 1987), but also in the presence of artifacts such as tackle and harness pieces, cross slats, sled shoes, dog whips, and occasional sled runners (see summaries in Maxwell, 1985; McGhee, 1996), as well as toy sleds (e.
Clear paper, leaves, branches and other debris from the slats.
In the first half of December, frigid temperatures stopped Knife River from pouring the slats, Harwood said.
slats E 3 1 -1 /2" x 10" x 107' arches F 19 1-3/8' x 1-3/8' x 40" top slats Materials List ITEM QTY.
Usually slatted, like Venetian blinds, plantation shutters are fitted to the window and so block out more light than blinds when the slats are closed (providing the shutters cover the whole window).