Slab

Concrete floor placed directly on earth or a gravel base and usually about four inches thick.

slab

The sealed hard plastic holder used by 3rd-party professional grading services to house coins they have determined to be authentic - has a label denoting the specific grading service, grade assigned to the coin and other information.
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slab

Popular nickname for certain kinds of protective coin encapsulation methods, especially those that are permanently sealed and rectangular.
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slab

[n] - block consisting of a thick piece of something
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Slab

Slab noun [ Middle English slabbe , of uncertain origin; perhaps originally meaning, a smooth piece, and akin to slape , Icelandic sleipr slippery, and English slip , intransitive verb ] 1. A thin piece of anything, especially of marble or other stone, having plane s...
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Slab

Slab adjective [ Confer Gael. & Ir. slaib mud, mire left on a river strand, and English slop puddle.] Thick; viscous. [ Obsolete] « Make the gruel thick and slab Shak.
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slab

1. A thin piece of anything, especially of marble or other stone, having plane surfaces. ... 2. An outside piece taken from a log or timber in sawing it into boards, planks, etc. ... 3. <zoology> The wry neck. ... 4. The slack part of a sail. Slab line, a line or small rope by which seamen haul up the foot of the mainsail or foresail. ... Ori...
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slab

noun block consisting of a thick piece of something
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Slab

• (n.) That which is slimy or viscous; moist earth; mud; also, a puddle. • (n.) An outside piece taken from a log or timber in sawing it into boards, planks, etc. • (a.) Thick; viscous. • (n.) A thin piece of anything, especially of marble or other stone, having plane surfaces. • (n.) The wryneck. • (n.) The slack part...
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slab

(from the article `building construction`) ...formed with prefabricated sheet-metal forms. A two-way version of pan joists, called the waffle slab, uses prefabricated hollow sheet-metal domes ...
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slab

(from the article `steel`) The rolling of hot strip begins with a slab, which is inspected and, if necessary, surface cleaned either manually or by scarfing machines with ...
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slab

(from the article `steel`) Cast ingots, sometimes still hot, arrive at slabbing and blooming mills on railroad cars and are charged upright by a special crane into under-floor ...
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Slab

[geology] In geology, a slab is the portion of a tectonic plate that is being subducted. Slabs constitute an important part of the global plate tectonic system. They drive plate tectonics both by pulling along the lithosphere to which they are attached in a processes known as slab pull and by inciting currents in the mantle (slab suction). ...
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Slab

Slab is slang for a slice of bread and butter.
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Slab

A verb, describing the way that a sidehill trail maintains a more-or-less constant elevation rather than following the ups and downs of the ridge. Example
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Slab

Plastic case containing a coin that has been graded and encapsulated.
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Slab

Plastic case containing a coin that has been graded and encapsulated.
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Slab

A concrete pad that sits on gravel or crushed rock, well-compacted soil either level with the ground or above the ground.
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slab

slab. The oceanic crustal plate that underthrusts the continental plate in a subduction zone and is consumed by the earth's mantle.
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Slab

the primary, continuously cast shape to be hot rolled into flatrolled coils
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Slab

The semi (in steel) or non-ferrous equivalent intended for rolling into coil or sheet.
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Slab

[unit] A numeric value contains up to eight slabs. If the value is negative then the minus sign is the leftmost digit of this row. There are commands to transform digits into alphanumeric characters or inverse. All these commands use the accumulator which has a maximum length of eight slabs. To accelerate the processing the accumulator work...
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Slab

Lengthwise cut of a large quarry block of stone. Or, a piece of stone cut form the quarry block prior to fabrication.
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Slab

A lengthwise cut of large quarry block of stone approximately 5'x 8'in size...
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slab

A slice of rock or mineral from which cabochons are traced out and cut.
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