slew

[Noun] A large number, a lot.
Example: There has been a slew of slimming books recently.
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Slew

Slew imperfect of Slay .
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Slew

Slew transitive verb See Slue .
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Slew

Slew (slō) noun [ See Slough a wet place.] A wet place; a river inlet. « The praire round about is wet, at times almost marshy, especially at the borders of the great reedy slews T. Roosevelt.
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Slew

• (n.) A wet place; a river inlet. • imp. of Slay. • (v. t.) See Slue. • (imp.) of Slay
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Slew

[spacecraft] Slew and slewing are a terms which can refer to a spacecraft`s orientation or movement in reference to a plane or fixed position such as Earth, the Sun, another celestial body or other point in space. During space flight, a craft`s attitude must be controlled for reasons dependent upon the craft`s mission. Keeping a spacecraft ...
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Slew

portion of a move made at a constant, non-zero velocity.
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slew

The relatively rapid motion of a telescope under computer control as it moves to point at a new position in the sky. Once at the new position the motion of the telescope returns to that required to cancel the effect of Earth`s rotation relative to the stars (the sidereal rate).
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slew

from sluagh, a large number; a great amount (OED). NB: as in a slew of new products, not as in slay.
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slew

a large number or amount or extent
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