SLIT


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AcronymDefinition
SLITSublingual Immunotherapy
SLITSystem Locality Distance Information Table
SLITSerial-Lot Item Tracking
SLITScalable Link Interface Technology
SLITSolid-Liquid Intermolecular Transfer
SLITScintigraphic Large Intestinal Transit
References in classic literature ?
Her two charges were as surprised as I, and pointed questioningly to the slit, at which she shook her head.
He wanted the slit, which permitted only one of us to peep through; and so I had to forego watching them for a time while he enjoyed that privilege.
Then he stood back again, and his slits of eyes almost faded from his face in one fat Chinese sneer.
Through the slits in the grotesque mask she could see his eyes upon her and she guessed the sardonic smile that the mask hid.
queried Norman of Torn, his eyes narrowing to mere slits and face hardening.
We don't have guidance from the broader community in terms of when to take the epinephrine in terms of a SLIT reaction," she noted.
In the interrogation, he has revealed that he has slit throats of 20 people till now.
Born's math puts interference contributed by a third slit (and any more slits) at exactly zero.
Alarmed by Rizwana's cries, Adnan's maternal grandmother rushed to spot and tried to rescue her but the suspect also slit the old woman's throat.
Its highest magnification is 50x, and it has a wide field of views available, including 5x, 10x, 16x, 25x and 50x, with a 1-16mm continuous slit width.
According to details, 18-year-old Usman was going toward Daroghe Wala area from Batapur on his motorcycle when string of a stray kite slit his throat and seriously wounded him.