Some articles on slew:
... In a titanic duel, Gate Dancer, Wild Again, and Slew o' Gold battled head to head through the stretch and all the way to the finish line ... Wild Again was on the rail, with Gate Dancer on the outside and Slew o' Gold in close quarters between his rivals ... However, Gate Dancer was disqualified for interfering with Slew o' Gold and moved down to third place, while Slew o' Gold officially finished second ...
... house, along with the workgroup, is able to rotate or slew upon the undercarriage without limit due to a hydraulic distribution valve which supplies oil to the ... Slew Slewing refers to rotating the excavator's house assembly ... Unlike a conventional backhoe, the operator can slew the entire house and workgroup upon the undercarriage for spoil placement ...
... The slew rate can be measured using a function generator (usually square wave) and oscilloscope ... The unit of slew rate is typically V/µs ... The slew rate is same for both when feedback is considered or not considered ...
... His dam, Solar Slew, was by the 1977 Triple Crown winner, Seattle Slew ... Cigar was a half-brother to Corridora Slew (ARG) by Corridor Key (USA), Mulca, and several other lesser performed horses ...
... Slew City Slew and local favorite Little Bold John led down the back stretch ... on Slew City Slew ... In the stretch, Blushing John passed Slew City Slew but Proper Reality passed them all with Jerry Bailey aboard ...
More definitions of "slew":
- (verb): Move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner.
Synonyms: skid, slip, slue, slide
Famous quotes containing the word slew:
“Out of the woods my Master came,
Content with death and shame.
When Death and Shame would woo Him last,
From under the trees they drew Him last:
Twas on a tree they slew Himlast
When out of the woods He came.”
—Sidney Lanier (18421881)
“As Caesar loved me, I weep for him; as he was fortunate, I rejoice at it; as he was valiant, I honor him; but as he was ambitious, I slew him. There is tears for his love; joy for his fortune; honor for his valor; and death for his ambition.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)