Slice

Slice may refer to:

  • Cutting

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Other articles related to "slice":

Coulter (agriculture) - Jointer
... small part of the surface on top of the slice before the plowshare flips the main slice ... It ensures that all of the plant debris gets covered by the flipped slice ...
Sea Slice
... HSV Sea Slice is an experimental United States Navy vessel, built by Lockheed Martin ... Based on a variant of the SWATH hull design, known as "SLICE," the Sea Slice is characterized by four teardrop-shaped submerged hulls—double the number seen on ...
Slice - Other
... Slice preparation or brain slice, an in vitro technique for neurophysiology Slice (TV channel), a Canadian TV channel formerly known as Life Network Slice (G.I ... Joe universe Slice, a region in Terry Pratchett's Discworld stories, see Discworld geography ...
Cocktail Garnish - Common Edible Garnishes
... Cinnamon, grated Cocktail olives (often stuffed with pimentos) Cocktail onions Lemon slice, twist, or wedge Lime slice, twist, or wedge Mint sprigs or leaves Nutmeg, grated Orange slice, twist, or wedge Pineapple ...
List Of Hollyoaks Locations - Businesses - Price Slice
... Price Slice is a supermarket, which was formerly a beauty salon named Evissa ... Price Slice was first seen in December 2010 ...

Famous quotes containing the word slice:

    Certain it is that scandal is good brisk talk, whereas praise of one’s neighbour is by no means lively hearing. An acquaintance grilled, scored, devilled, and served with mustard and cayenne pepper excites the appetite; whereas a slice of cold friend with currant jelly is but a sickly, unrelishing meat.
    William Makepeace Thackeray (1811–1863)

    A medium Vodka dry Martini—with a slice of lemon peel. Shaken and not stirred, please. I would prefer Russian or Polish vodka.
    Ian Fleming (1908–1964)

    A changing skyline.
    A slice of window filled in
    by a middle-distancing oblong
    topped by little
    moving figures.
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)