SLICER


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
SLICERScanning Lidar Imager of Canopies by Echo Recovery (NASA)
References in periodicals archive ?
In 1916, he sold his jewellery business and moved back to his home town of Davenport, Iowa, to focus his energy on the slicer and recuperate from an illness.
You've now created a second pivot table that's automatically connected to the Timeline slicer.
Delis eligible for the study had at least one slicer, prepared or served ready-to-eat foods (with a delay between purchase and consumption), and had staff members who could be interviewed in English.
The Cake Slicer boasts proprietary features that allow it to save significant time for its users when slicing as compared to other methods.
Along with a new style, the Aurora Bites Mini Peppers package and the Beefsteak Slicer Tomatoes packages are more environmentally friendly, reducing industry standard plastic usage by 25% and 30% respectively.
The power control system for the range of Weber slicers and in-feeders has been granted a prestigious 'Red Dot' award in recognition of its outstanding design and simple operation for high-performance slicing lines.
Spinning at up to 2,000 RPMs, high-speed deli log slicers can be optimized for high repeatability with crust freezing know-how and high-efficiency cryogenic freezers from Linde North America, Murray Hill, New Jersey, USA.
This is then fed to the image slicer system for detailed spectral analysis.
The three new features of Excel 2010 we'll discuss here are slicers, Office Web Apps and sparklines.
Here are the numbers your customers need to know: Food slicer owners can enjoy saving over 50 percent when they purchase bulk meats and cheeses, and slice them at home versus buying them pre-sliced from a supermarket deli.
Slicer Heads and Conveyors Must Be Cleaned and Sanitized Daily:
Double 'Baker Pride' Pizza Ovens, 6 ' Hood, Stove, Fryer, Walk-in Cooler, Slicer, Prep Cooler, Tables, etc.