SLEW


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SLEWSpace Low Early Warning
SLEWSupport Lending for Emotional Well-Being (San Antonio, TX)
SLEWSoft Lens Extended Wear (eyes)
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Slew also shared his passion for tennis with his children, Bill, Katie, and George.
Adams brought on striker Slew at half-time for midfielder Michael O'Connor and his side began to see more of the ball.
Slew said: "It's not just about the players who have come in.
This suggests that, at the maximum input frequency of 100 kHz, the MCP6V01 will be slew limited; hence causing distortion in the output signal.
Former Burnley striker Kevin McDonald completed all the paperwork in time to make his debut for the Blades, while on-loan Wolves winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing made his first start and Slew also returned to the side.
United burst into life after the break and went ahead four minutes after the restart through slew. cresswell found time and space in the visitors box to tee up the 18-year-old, who fired home a deflected drive from close range.
Seattle Slew, who in 1977 had become the only horse to win the US Triple Crown while still unbeaten, was a champion in each of his three seasons and won 14 of his 17 races.
Press and hold the palm grips as the Avenger slews to the test target in azimuth and elevation.
Behind the Design: The IC's design provides for extremely high slew rates in pulse applications while maintaining a very low quiescent current of under 1mA.
"Tests showed arsenic, cadmium, mercury, zinc--a slew of heavy metals--in the slag that could pose a health risk," Opper tells the paper.
* When a scope aims at an alignment star, always wait for the beep or flashing readout (indicating the slew has finished) before hitting any motion button to center the star.
The Compustar 8 was a pioneering model that could automatically slew to thousands of objects but only after being precisely polar aligned.