Remove slabs from (a log or tree) to prepare it for sawing into planks
A large, thick, flat piece of stone, concrete, or wood, typically rectangular
she settled on a slab of rock
A large, thick slice or piece of cake, bread, chocolate, etc
a slab of bread and cheese
A large, smooth, steep body of rock
An outer piece of timber sawn from a log
A table used for laying a body on in a morgue
block consisting of a thick piece of something
SLAB! are an industrial music/alternative rock band initially active between the mid-1980s and early 1990s. They reformed in 2009.
Semi-finished casting products are intermediate castings produced in a foundry that need further processing before being a finished good. There are four types: ingots, billets, blooms, and slabs.
Slab (Christopher Anderson), a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in X-Factor #74.
A slab or syllable is the primary unit of memory in the NCR 315 computer architecture from NCR Corporation. Having 12 data bits and a parity bit, its size falls between a byte and a typical word (hence the name, 'syllable'). ...
Mobile phones are designed with one of a variety of different form factors, depending on its functionality or aesthetic considerations.
The Slab is a book of poetry published in the United Kingdom featuring many different authors of varying notability. Some authors published in this book include Dan Fante, Geoff Hattersley and Victoria J. Smith.
mud, sludge; A large, flat shaped piece of material such as stone, concrete, clay, butter etc.; A paving stone, flagstone; the equivalent to a 12-bit byte in some computers; a box containing twenty-four 375 ml aluminium cans of beer; full-size luxury pre-1980 GM vehicles, primarily Buick, ...
(SLABS) are coins encased in hard plastic cases, with the numerical grade of the coin stated on the front of the case. These numerical grades are designated by professional services.
(Slabs) A semi-finished Rectangular, wide, semi-finished steel product intended for production of finished Hot Rolled Flat products viz Plates, sheets, Strips etc. They are normally of width 150-250mm wherein width is at-least 3 or 4 times of thickness.
(Slabs) Main surfaces of a door. ALLSCO door slabs are 24 gauge hot dipped galvanized steel faces, primed white or factory painted white and carry a 10 year rust and corrosion resistance warranty.
(Slabs) are flat, thin ( 1/8" to 1/4") sections of clay which are produced by hand or with a mechanical device called a slab roller. Slab built pottery is pottery constructed wholely or mostly from sections of clay slabs.
A concrete foundation or floor of a home. Houses built on slab usually do not have basements.
The exposed wearing surface laid over the structural support beams of a building to form the floor(s) of the building or laid slab-on-grade in the case of a non-structural, ground level concrete slab.
Large, thin, flat pieces of stone cut from large blocks of stone. Usually 2 centimeters (3/4 inch) or 3 centimeters (1-1/4 inch) thick, slabs are often fabricated into kitchen counter tops or used as cladding on vertical surfaces.
Blocks of stone that have been extracted from the earth and cut.
A flat molded layer of reinforced or plain concrete, usually of uniform thickness. Generally used as a floor in most buildings.
A relatively low-angle (significantly less than vertical) section of rock, usually with few large features. Requires slab climbing techniques.
A method of making pottery in which a flat piece of clay is cut into shapes which are joined together to form an object.
A flat piece of concrete, typically used as a walking surface, but may also serve as a load bearing device as in slab homes.
The door or sidelight only without any staining, drilling, hardware or jambs. Usually provided unfinished or factory primed from the manufacturer.
A term for a complete door panel that has not been prepared for installation into a frame.
The plastic holder in which a grading service will encapsulate a coin which has been graded.
The exterior portion of a log removed in sawing timber.
A piece of metal, intermediate between ingot and plate, at least twice as wide as it is thick.