- n. Plural form of slide.
“Just like the title slides say, I knew what the GOP could have done better.”
“I will still want to insert some title slides (which I have yet to make), and will want to change the music background, but don't anticipate any problems - if so, I'll come back.”
“Keep your title slides to a few words, then speak through the rest of the story.”
“And, don't be put off by the awful music with the title slides; it's only on the title slides.)”
“We apologize for the misidentification. all illustrations: lantern slides from the New York Public Library's digital collection via flickr's the Commons”
“The slides from the tutorials give a good sense of what verification means to this community (especially the first one, on verification basics).”
“This set of demonstration slides is from Ernest Delgado.”
“Logging into one session, you might see the slides from the previous session.”
“Learning how to scan your negatives and slides is a great way to preserve your pictures for future use.”
“The conversation starts again until seconds later the girl slides from the seat in the cell into her own urine and sits, looking out the glass.”
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