SLEW


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AcronymDefinition
SLEWSpace Low Early Warning
SLEWSupport Lending for Emotional Well-Being (San Antonio, TX)
SLEWSoft Lens Extended Wear (eyes)
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Payne's stunning 30-yard strike sealed the points for Posh, but Slew, on loan from Blackburn Rovers, grabbed a consolation when his shot from the left side of the area went in off the bar.
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.
One of just four foals from the last crop of Seattle Slew - who died in 2002 - Maggie Slew was consigned to last year's FasigTipton Saratoga Yearling Sale, where she was bought back on a bid of $600,000.
Slew broke alertly that day, dawdled through early splits of 24 seconds and 50 seconds, and breezed to his ninth consecutive victory as jockey Jean Cruget stood in the irons and pointed his whip skyward just before the pair crossed the finish line.
The EL5166 and EL5167 offer 6,000 volt-per-microsecond slew rates while exhibiting low distortion of 1.
THE story of Seattle Slew is one of the most romantic in the annals of the American turf.
With its cryogenless superconducting magnet design, unique gradient field technology, and the industry's best slew rate, Ultra is one of the most powerful whole-body open-MRI systems available today.
Chenery took part Thursday in a media conference call with the owners and jockeys of Triple Crown winners Secretariat (1973), Seattle Slew ('77) and Affirmed ('78).