Slipstream

[radio drama] Slipstream is a radio drama by Simon Bovey originally broadcast on BBC 7 during March 2008. It combines a story of a raid by British commandos into Germany during the Second World War with a science fiction story concerning a new Nazi aircraft capable of fantastic speeds, which shot down 150 Allied bombers during a bombing mis...
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Slipstream

[Transformers] Slipstream is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers franchise. ==Transformers: Generation 2== ===Marvel Comics=== Slipstream was the name of an Autobot who appeared in the Official Transformers: Generation 2 Annual. ==Transformers: Armada== ===Video games=== Slipstream was the name of one of the Mini-Co...
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slipstream

[n] - the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
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Slipstream

The stream of air behind a propeller which usually has about 20 per cent greater speed than that of the aeroplane, at every speed.
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slipstream

airstream 1 race noun the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
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slipstream

The flow of air driven backward by a propeller or downward by a rotor. Compare DOWNWASH.
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Slipstream

[video] Slipstream (1981) is a video by Jethro Tull, recorded during the 1980 A tour. It was originally released on VHS, Capacitance Electronic Disc, and laserdisc, and was released as a (bootleg) DVD in Brazil (as seen in the cover on the right) in 2003. It is also included in the (2004) bonus DVD edition of A. This bonus-disc DVD is the o...
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Slipstream

[computer science] A slipstream processor is an architecture designed to reduce the length of a running program by removing the non-essential instructions. It is a form of speculative computing. Non-essential instructions include such things as results that are not written to memory, or compare operations that will always return true. Also ...
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Slipstream

[computing] In computer jargon, to slipstream updates, patches or service packs means to integrate them into the installation files of their original software, so that the resulting files will allow a direct installation of the updated software. If not directly supported by the software vendor, slipstreaming can be technically possible, dep...
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Slipstream

[genre] Slipstream is a kind of fantastic or non-realistic fiction that crosses conventional genre boundaries between science fiction, fantasy, and mainstream literary fiction. The term slipstream was coined by cyberpunk author Bruce Sterling in an article originally published in SF Eye #5, in July 1989. He wrote: `...this is a kind of writ...
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Slipstream

A slipstream is a region behind a moving object in which a wake of fluid (typically air or water) is moving at velocities comparable to the moving object, relative to the ambient fluid through which the object is moving. The term slipstream also applies to the similar region adjacent to an object with a fluid moving around it. `Slipstreaming` or.....
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slipstream

The column of air pushed rearward by a rotating propeller; it always moves faster than the aeroplane itself
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slipstream

The flow of air driven backward by a propeller or downward by a rotor. Compare DOWNWASH.
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Slipstream

The flow of air driven backward by a propeller or downward by a rotor. Compare DOWNWASH.
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slipstream

the pocket of calmer air behind a moving rider. Also called the draft.
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Slipstream

The area of least wind resistance behind a rider. Also called drafting.
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Slipstream

The area of least wind resistance behind a rider. See drafting.Snap
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slipstream

wind shelter provided by leading cyclist or group.
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Slipstream

See draft.
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Slipstream

[sculpture] Slipstream is a sculpture created by Richard Wilson for the replacement Terminal 2 at Heathrow airport. The sculpture is over 70 metres long and weighs 77 tonnes. Structural engineers Price & Myers and specialist fabricators Commercial Systems International (CSI) were tasked with making the sculpture. Wilson’s intention is `to...
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