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present participle of slate
{i} act of covering with slate (as of a roof); roofing materials, slates; scolding, reprimand
The act of covering with slate, slates, or a substance resembling slate; the work of a slater
the act of laying slates for a roof a severely critical attack; "the reviewers gave his book a sound slating
Slates, collectively; also, material for slating
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A thin, narrow strip or bar of wood or metal

slats of a window blind.

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To construct or provide with slats
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To destine or strongly expect

The next version of our software is slated to be the best release ever.

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A list of affiliated candidates for an election

Roy Disney led the alternative slate of directors for the stockholder vote.

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A tile made of slate
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To cover with slate

The old church ledgers show that the roof was slated in 1775.

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The bluish-grey colour of most slate

slate colour:.

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A fine-grained homogeneous sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash which has been metamorphosed so that it cleaves easily into thin layers
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To schedule

The election was slated for November 2nd.

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To punish severely

The boy was slated by his own mom for disobeying her.

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{n} a thin piece of timber connecting larger ones
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{v} to cover with slates
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{n} a grey stone
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An aerodynamic device mounted on or just forward of the ram wing to create a slot effect
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To slap; to strike; to beat; to throw down violently
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Slats are narrow pieces of wood, metal, or plastic, usually with spaces between them, that are part of things such as Venetian blinds or cupboard doors. a thin flat piece of wood, plastic etc, used especially in furniture (esclat; SLATE)
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The active element in the TOFp Tray There are 41 of these, and each is Bicron BC420 plastic scintillator with diamond milled edges and dimensions 1 5" x 2cm x 20cm
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close the slats of (windows)
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See 3d Slate
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a thin strip (wood or metal) close the slats of (windows) equip or bar with slats; "Slat the windows
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{i} thin strip of wood or metal; blow, stroke (rare)
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1) A crosspiece supported on a bedframe's side rails to carry the mattress 2) A horizontal crossbar in a chair back which braces the uprights and supports the sitter's back
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To construct or provide with at least one slat
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{f} equip with slats, make with slats; hurl forcefully, dash (rare); beat, strike, slap (rare)
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To split; to crack
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To set on; to incite
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equip or bar with slats; "Slat the windows"
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A thin, narrow strip or bar of wood or metal; as, the slats of a window blind
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Section of the leading edge that moves forward, creating a gap between it and the wing, used to increase lift at low speeds
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a thin strip (wood or metal)
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State & Local Advisory Team   Appointed by the SEC to advise them on managing cooperative efforts at the state and local levels   Composed of representatives from various agencies as well as a parent representative and a CSA coordinator
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A narrow strip of metal or wood
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a fixed or adjustable aerodynamic device mounted integrally with or immediately forward of the ram wing to create a "slot" effect along the leading edge; may be a canard
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A moveable control surface at the leading edge of a wing that when moved, changes the chord line of the airfoil, affecting the angle of attack. Employed in conjunction with flaps to allow for a lower stall speed in the landing attitude, facilitating slow flight
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{f} cover with slate (of a roof, etc.); nominate a candidate for office; propose or list for candidacy; schedule, plan; harshly criticize, denounce, abuse
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thin layers of rock used for roofing
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designate or schedule; "He slated his talk for 9 AM"; "She was slated to be his successor"
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shale or other fine-grained rock metamorphosed at low temperatures and shearing pressures Mineral grains re-grow in the solid in parallel fashion so that the resulting slate breaks along flat, smooth, usually reflective surfaces
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A naturally laminated rock that is often used in regular and irregular shapes embedded in cement or mortar to create a hard surface, pattern floor
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n 1 A blue-black or blue-grey, impervious, metamorphic rock that readily splits into thin, smooth-surfaced layers 2 a A piece of this material split for use as roofing material or a writing surface b A writing tablet made of any material similar to slate 3 A record of past performance or activity
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A prepared piece of such stone
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A thin plate of any material; a flake
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enter on a list or slate for an election; "He was slated for borough president"
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Any rock or stone having a slaty structure
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Information recorded on film identifying important details of a shot For professional productions, this includes the film's title, the director, the cinematographer, and the number of the shot and take For our exposure roll, the slate should include identification of the shot attempted and the f-stop
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An argillaceous rock which readily splits into thin plates; argillite; argillaceous schist
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A soft stone used for patios, paths and shingles
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(formerly) a writing tablet made of slate a list of candidates nominated by a political party to run for election to public offices a fine-grained metamorphic rock that can be split into thin layers thin layers of rock used for roofing designate or schedule; "He slated his talk for 9 AM"; "She was slated to be his successor"
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If you wipe the slate clean, you decide to forget previous mistakes, failures, or debts and to start again. Why not wipe the slate clean and start all over again?. Fine-grained, clayey metamorphic rock that splits readily into thin slabs that have great tensile strength and durability. Some other rocks that occur in thin beds are improperly called slate because they can be used for roofing and similar purposes. True slates generally split not along the bedding plane but along planes of cleavage that may intersect the bedding plane at high angles. Slates may be black, blue, purple, red, green, or gray. Slate may be marketed either as dimension slate, used mainly for electrical panels, laboratory tabletops, roofing, and flooring, or as crushed slate, used on composition roofing, in aggregates, and as a filler
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A very hard rock that can be easy split in soft, smooth, and fragile pieces More info -
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- A naturally laminated rock that is often used in regular and irregular shapes, and is embedded in cement or mortar to create a hard-surface, patterned floor
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A slate is a list of candidates for an election, usually from the same party. The leadership want to present a single slate of candidates to be approved in an open vote. = list
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A compact, fine-grained metamorphic rock that splits into slabs and thin plates; generally formed from shale
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To register (as on a slate and subject to revision), for an appointment
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A metamorphic rock that results from the metamorphism of shale
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A dark-colored tablet, usually made from slate, which could be written on, erased, and reused
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{i} fine grained rock that is easily split into thin layers; writing surface made of slate; shingle made of slate or a similar material; list of candidates; greyish blue color
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Natural stone flooring which resists staining and hold heat well
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To set a dog upon; to bait; to slat
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A small chalkboard and clapper device, often electronic, used to mark and identify shots on film for editing; also the process of verbal identification by a performer in a taped audition (e g , "Slate your name!")
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a fine-grained metamorphic rock that can be split into thin layers
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A dense fine-grained metamorphic rock produced by heat and pressure action on shales so as to develop a characteristic cleavage
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A slate is one of the small flat pieces of slate that are used for covering roofs
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(formerly) a writing tablet made of slate
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The black-and-white board which is struck together at the beginning of every take It is used to provide a visible and audible sync point as well as providing a visual record of the set-up and take numbers of the take Also called a "clapper "
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The digital board that is held in front of the camera and identifies shot number, director, cameraperson, studio and title The data was originally written with chalk on a piece of slate This footage is used in the laboratory and editing room to identify the shot
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cover with slate; "slate the roof"
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A sheet of slate for writing on with chalk
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If something is slated to happen, it is planned to happen at a particular time or on a particular occasion. Bromfield was slated to become U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Controversial energy measures are slated for Senate debate within days
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On the film at the beginning of each shot, the slate has the clap sticks and the scene number, take and production name usually written on it The person operating the slate will say "mark" and clap the sticks for picture and sound sync purposes
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A thin, flat piece, for roofing or covering houses, etc
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A fine-grained metamorphic rock that splits into thin, smooth-surfaced layers used in steep slope roofing applications
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To criticise harshly
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a list of candidates nominated by a political party to run for election to public offices
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Having the bluish-grey/gray colour/color of slate
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A naturally laminated rock that is often used in regular and irregular shapes embedded in cement or mortar to create a hard-surface, pattern floor
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A fine-grained, foliated metamorphic rock that develops from shale and tends to break into thin, flat sheets
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(Film) See Clapper board
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enter on a list or slate for an election; "He was slated for borough president
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Metamorphosed mudstone that has been compressed The rock splits easily into sheets Cut into small pieces, they are often used as paving or rooff tiles
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A record of money owed
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A fine grained metamorphic rock with well developed bedding planes derived from the slight recystrallization of shale
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A list of candidates, prepared for nomination or for election; a list of candidates, or a programme of action, devised beforehand
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A tablet for writing upon
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A fine grained metamorphic rock formed from clays and shales The alignment of platy minerals during metamorphism enables the rock to be split easily along planar surfaces not necessarily parallel to bedding within the original sediment
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Natural flooring that resists stain and hold heat well
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An artificial material, resembling slate, and used for the above purposes
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Slate is a dark grey rock that can be easily split into thin layers. Slate is often used for covering roofs. a stone-built cottage, with a traditional slate roof
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See 2d Slat, 3
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When a clay is metamorphosed by both heat and pressure the clay minerals become unstable and recrystallise to form stronger, but still platy minerals such as mica These crystals grow at right angles to the direction of the pressure, and therefore allow the rock to split easily in this direction The resultant slate is harder than the original clay and can thus be split into thin yet strong pieces
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If something is slated, it is criticized very severely. Arnold Schwarzenegger's new restaurant has been slated by a top food critic
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If you start with a clean slate, you do not take account of previous mistakes or failures and make a fresh start. The proposal is to pay everything you owe, so that you can start with a clean slate
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To cover with slate, or with a substance resembling slate; as, to slate a roof; to slate a globe
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