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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. (Science: 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.

Origin: OE. Slabbe, of uncertain origin; perhaps originally meaning, a smooth piece, and akin to slape, Icel. Sleipr slippery, and E. Slip, v. I.

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... content=speakersSemi, scroll down to Hanson's head shot and bio for the link. Then at nanoTX'07 "come up to the lab, and see what's on the slab." Presented by the Texas Nanotechnology Initiative (TNI), nanoTX'07 continues the theme: The Promise of Tomorrow -- The Business of Nanotechnology. ...

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