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  1. Slider

    Dablink This article is about the baseball pitch. For other possible meanings see Slider disambiguation ... a slider In baseball , a slider also known as a yakker , a snapper , or a spinner is a pitch ... . The break on the pitch is shorter than that of a curveball. The release technique of a slider is between a curveball and a fastball. The slider is similar to the cutter baseball cutter , a pitch which is thrown as a fastball, but differs in the sense that a slider tends to be more of a breaking ball . Slider continuum Depending on velocity, a pitch can fall anywhere on the continuum from fastball to slider fastball cut fastball hard slider slider slurve cut fastball 2 3 MPH slower than fastball hard slider 3 5 MPH slower than fastball slider 7 9 MPH slower than fastball The most notable difference between a slider and curveball is that the curveball delivery includes a downward yank on the ball as it is released, in addition to the lateral spin applied by the slider grip. The slider ... is probably throwing a curveball or slurve , and not a true slider . ref http www.sportsmogul.com pitches index.html ref When throwing a slider the pitcher should create a dot on the baseball. What ... slider the dot will be down where it is not noticeable for a hitter to pick up. From the batter ... on the bottom part of the ball the pitcher will create good depth to the pitch. A good hard slider ... throwing a slider, or any breaking pitch in baseball, not to come around the baseball. When the pitcher .... As mentioned earlier the pitcher should create a dot on the ball when throwing a slider, but the dot ... the slider will have little depth to it. To make sure that the dot is on the bottom the pitcher ... to tell himself to throw his fingers at the catcher. With the slider, or any pitch ... pitcher David Cone was famous for his devastating slider, which he was able to use many different ... various arm angles to further confuse the hitter. Cone s slider was also a strikeout pitch to left ...   more details



  1. The Slider

    Infobox album See Wikipedia WikiProject Albums Name The Slider Type Album Artist T. Rex band T. Rex Cover ... 1971 This album The Slider br 1972 Next album Tanx br 1973 Misc Singles Name The Slider Type studio ... 5 5 ref cite web url http www.allmusic.com album r31127 title The Slider T. Rex author Steve Huey ... rating 4 5 ref cite web url http consequenceofsound.net 2010 10 album review t rex the slider title Album Review T.Rex The Slider author Evan Minsker date 27 October 2010 work publisher consequenceofsound.net ... http www.rhino.com store productdetail.lasso?number 73218 title T. Rex The Slider Deluxe Edition accessdate ... pm review 134321 t.rex the slider title T. Rex The Slider author Dylan Nelson date 12 December 2010 ... ref name PitchforkTS cite web url http www.pitchforkmedia.com article record review 22431 the slider ... 1972 77 title T. Rex The Slider Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow Dandy in the Underworld ... web title Slider RMST DLX work publisher buy.com url http www.buy.com prod slider rmst dlx q loc ...?method news title Album Review T. Rex The Slider author Molly B. Eichel date 30 August 2005 work publisher treblezine.com accessdate 29 July 2011 ref The Slider is the seventh studio album by British ... oriented music. Singles of Telegram Sam and Metal Guru were released to promote the album. The Slider ... is. ref name allmusicreview Production On the recommendation of Elton John , The Slider was recorded ... Release Two singles were released to promote The Slider . The first was Telegram Sam which ... class album id r31127 pure url yes title The Slider Charts & Awards Singles accessdate 2009 04 ... Warwick, 2004. p.1082 ref It didn t chart in the United States . ref name singleBillboard The Slider was one of T. Rex s best selling releases. The Slider entered the United Kingdom charts on August ... yes title The Slider accessdate 2009 04 02 format work Allmusic ref The Slider was remastered for CD ... of bonus tracks were added. A companion release, entitled Rabbit Fighter The Alternative Slider ...   more details



  1. Anything In Anything

    expert subject 1 Computing date January 2012 Cleanup date September 2008 Anything In Anything or AYIYA is a tunneling protocol for connecting separated areas of IP traffic with each other. The protocol addresses the following problems Tunneling of multiple kinds of protocols within another protocol the name was derived from this Security The tunneled packets should not be spoofable or replayable Network Address Translation NAT awareness The tunnel should work over a NAT Mobility The endpoint of at least one of the two hosts should be able to change The draft itself covers the deep details on how this is accomplished and how the protocol works in detail. Below are some scenarios on how this protocol can be used to solve some problems. IPstack Using AYIYA for tunnel brokers Many users are currently located behind Network Address Translation NAT s which prohibit ref name ayiya http www.sixxs.net tools ayiya AYIYA ref ref RFC 4891 ref the usage of List of IP protocol numbers IP protocol 41 tunnels IPv6 tunnelled in IPv4, either RFC 4213 or RFC 3056 unless they manually reconfigure their NAT setup. In some cases, this is impossible as the NAT cannot be configured to forward protocol 41 to a specific host. There might also be cases when multiple endpoints are behind the same NAT, when multiple NATs are used, or when the user has no control at all over the NAT setup. This is an undesired situation as it limits the deployment of IPv6, which was meant to solve the problem of the disturbance in end to end communications caused by NATs, which were created because of limited address space in the first place. This problem can be solved by tunneling the IPv6 packets over either User Datagram ... Anything in anything diagram.png Using AYIYA to provide IPv6 for an endhost is in effect already providing ... Tunneling protocols Category IPv6 transition technologies Category Network protocols fr Anything In Anything ...   more details



  1. Slider (disambiguation)

    wiktionarypar slider A slider is a baseball pitch. Slider may also refer to Motorcycle frame slider Pistol slide Pond slider , a family of small aquatic Western hemisphere turtles, including the most popular pet turtle, the red eared slider as well as the yellow bellied slider and the Cumberland slider Sliders , a 1995 2000 Fox Network science fiction TV series Slider computing , a graphical widget in a GUI with which a user may set a value by moving an indicator Slider cricket , a cricket delivery Slider mascot , the Cleveland Indians mascot Slider parachuting , a part of a parachute Slider sandwich , a small hamburger typically around 3 inches in diameter Slider, is the bowl component of a water pipe that is connected to the stem see Bong The Slider , a 1972 album by T. Rex Slider or Slyder may also be An adjustable electronic control usually a potentiometer that moves in a linear fashion A term used to describe Mobile phone form factors Slider mobile phone form factor Slyder, an alias of dance music production duo Jeremy Dawson and Gregori Chad Petree disambig de Slider fr Slider ko hy ja ru ...   more details



  1. Slider (computing)

    Dablink This article is about the GUI element. For other possible meanings see Slider disambiguation . Image Slider computing example.PNG thumb 288px A slider widget one of many styles A slider , also known as track bar in Microsoft literature, is an object in a GUI with which a user may set a value by moving an indicator, usually in a horizontal fashion. In some cases the user may also click on a point on the slider to change the setting. It is different from a Scrollbar in that it is typically used to adjust a value without changing the format of the display or the other information on the screen. In the Microsoft Windows series of operating systems, sliders first appeared in Windows 95 . Previous versions of Windows, up to and including Windows 3.x , used scrollbars for this purpose. Usage with progress bars Sliders are also extensively combined with progress bar s in the playback of streaming media over a network connection the combination is primarily necessitated by the need for the designer or developer of the Media player application software media player s or media player plug in, if the media is being played in a browser by itself or through a webpage embedded applet user interface to indicate the current progress of the download that is accessible to the user. The progress inside the slider is usually indicated with a color that distinguishes it from the rest of the slider, including the indicator, and is usually shown to inch slightly faster than the indicator if the connection with the server of the media is constantly forthcoming or has stalled, the progress stalls in the last position of progress, and the indicator is prevented from moving any further save for the user s own movement of the indicator which does not result in any further playback if moved forward ... yui examples slider index.html Yahoo UI Library http ajax.asp.net ajaxtoolkit Slider Slider.aspx ... wiki GUI widgets Category GUI widgets fr Slider informatique it Slider pt Controle deslizante ru ...   more details



  1. Slider (parachuting)

    Refimprove date February 2009 File USpat5005785sliderdampsopening.jpg thumb A slider is a small rectangular piece of fabric with a grommet near each corner used to control the deployment of a ram air parachute . A ram air parachute has a tendency to open very rapidly. At high velocities, the opening shock from such a rapid deployment can cause damage to the canopy or injury to the jumper. The slider was developed as a way of mitigating this. During deployment, the slider slides down from the canopy to just above the risers. It is slowed by air resistance as it descends and reduces the rate at which the lines can spread and therefore the speed at which the canopy can open and inflate. ref name Controlling the Speed of Opening cite web last Cowman first David title Equipment Part One url http knowledge.freefalluniversity.co.uk how do parachutes work.asp publisher FreeFallUniversity.co.uk accessdate 22 January 2012 ref This invention solved the rapid deployment problem with ram air designs. Sliders also reduce the chance of the lines twisting to cause a malfunction. In BASE jumping , when a rapid canopy deployment is desirable, the slider may be constructed of mesh, packed at a lower position on the lines slider down instead of up by the canopy or removed completely. References Reflist Category Parachuting de Slider Fallschirm ...   more details



  1. Discbox Slider

    The Discbox Slider also called DBS is a 100 carton board optical disc packaging concept developed by the multinational paper and board company Stora Enso . The case is comparable with the plastic jewel or Keep case amaray case when it comes to size, but has more of the features of the LP style cases in terms of weight and printability. The DBS case opens up from the side by moving the slider part on which the disc is resting from the sleeve. The Discbox Slider is also considered as an environmentally friendly Data storage device prerecorded media packaging option as it is 100 recyclable and manufactured using sustainable processes. The Discbox slider has two packaging formats the small sized DBS CD for CD sized packaging, and the DBS DVD for DVD sized packaging a DVD case which is available both in normal and slim size . The DBS CD case can hold 1 2 discs and a booklet, whereas the DBS DVD cases can hold 1 3 discs and booklet. The DVD sized case is increasingly being adopted for Blu Ray releases. The Discbox Slider DBS packaging is currently being used by record labels and movie studios worldwide. Many Covermount covermount CDs released in British magazine Mixmag used to be packaged in a Discbox slider. This format replaced the standard jewel case which in turn was replaced by a simple cardboard sleeve. External links http www.storaenso.com media Stora Enso Media Solutions Category Packaging Category Compact Disc ...   more details



  1. Slider (BEAM)

    Unreferenced stub auto yes date December 2009 In BEAM robotics , a Slider is a robot that has a mode of locomotion by moving body parts smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it. Genera Snakebot Snakes Driven mode of locomotion in a horizontal wave motion. Earthworms Driven mode of locomotion in a compressive longitudinal wave motion BEAM robotics DEFAULTSORT Slider Beam Category BEAM robotics Robo stub ...   more details



  1. Knuckle slider

    Unreferenced date March 2008 Notability date March 2008 The knuckle slider is an uncommon Pitch baseball pitch in most of baseball . It is a pitch that Breaking ball breaks to one side at about the same speed as a normal slider. Its intended use is to make the batter overanticipate and swing early. Also, because of the pitches breaking nature, it is very hard for the batter to make good contact. Often, these pitches will foul off or pop up. How to Throw Start off with a knuckle curve, then turn your wrist 90 degrees to the right for a right handed pitcher . There is no need to supernate or pronate your arm because is already cocked. Throw it with the same arm speed as your fastball. See also Knuckle curve Baseball pitches DEFAULTSORT Knuckle Slider Category Baseball pitches baseball stub ...   more details



  1. Kyocera Slider

    Context date September 2009 Notability date December 2007 Infobox Mobile phone image please add one.jpg name Kyocera SE44 screen 128x128 pixel s, 65,000 colors ringtone Polyphonic , 32 chords networks Advanced Mobile Phone System AMPS 800, CDMA 800 and 1900 connectivity 1xRTT, Wireless Application Protocol WAP 2.0 size 3.48 in x 1.89 in x 0.90 in 88.4 mm x 48 mm x 22.8 mm weight 3.39 oz 96.1g The Kyocera SE47 , referred to as the Kyocera Slider, is the first slider style phone from Kyocera. Other technical data include Form Factor Slider Extendable Antenna Battery Life Talk 4 hours, Standby 180 hours Carriers The phone has been distributed in North America by the following carriers Alltel USA Bell Mobility Canada Cricket Communications USA US Cellular USA Verizon Wireless USA Virgin Mobile USA Infobox Mobile phone image please add one.jpg name Kyocera SE47 screen 128x128 pixel s, 65,000 colors ringtone Polyphonic , 32 chords networks CDMA 800 and 1900 connectivity 1xRTT, Wireless Application Protocol WAP 2.0 size 3.48 in x 1.89 in x 0.90 in 88.4 mm x 48 mm x 22.8 mm weight 3.39 oz 96.1g The Kyocera SE47 is the Slider model that was released as a digital only version. The SE44 was later released as a tri mode option. External links http www.kyocera wireless.com slider phone Kyocera Slider official page Category Kyocera mobile phones ...   more details



  1. Maranh�o slider

    Taxobox name Maranh o slider image status EN status system IUCN2.3 regnum Animalia phylum Chordata classis Reptilia ordo Testudines familia Emydidae genus Trachemys species T. adiutrix binomial Trachemys adiutrix binomial authority Vanzolini, 1995 synonyms Trachemys aduitrix Vanzolini, 1995 orth. error range map Trachemys adiutrix.png Maranh o slider Trachemys adiutrix or Carvalho s slider is a species of turtle in the Emydidae family. It is Endemism endemic to northeastern Brazil . Its English name refers to the Maranh o state, but it also occurs in Piau . Source Tortoise & Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group 1996. http www.iucnredlist.org search details.php 40762 all Trachemys adiutrix . http www.iucnredlist.org 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 29 July 2007. Emydidae Category Fauna of Brazil Category Trachemys Category Endemic fauna of Brazil turtle stub fr Trachemys adiutrix nl Trachemys adiutrix ...   more details



  1. Pond slider

    Taxobox status NT status system iucn2.3 status ref ref IUCN2009.2 assessors Tortoise & Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group year 1996 title Trachemys scripta id 22028 downloaded March 4, 2010 ref ref name Rhodin103 Harnvb Rhodin 2010 p 000.103 ref image redearedslider2.JPG image caption Trachymys scripta elegans , the red eared slider regnum Animal ia phylum Chordate Chordata classis Reptile Reptilia subclassis Anapsida ordo Testudines familia Emydidae subfamilia Deirochelyinae genus Trachemys species T. scripta binomial Trachemys scripta binomial authority Thunberg , 1792 , ref name Rhodin103   Schoepff , 1792 ref name Fritz207 8 Harnvb Fritz 2007 pp 207 208 ref range map Tracheymys scripta range.png Trachemys scripta , better known as the pond slider , is a common, medium sized semi aquatic turtle . There are three subspecies of sliders. ref name Rhodin103 The most recognizable subspecies is the red eared slider T. s. elegans , which is popular in the pet trade. This subspecies has been introduced to other parts of the world by people releasing it to the wild. Slider hatchlings have a green shell carapace and skin with yellow green and dark green striped markings. Markings and colors fade in adults to a muted olive green color. Some individuals become almost black with few visible markings. The carapace is oval and flattened. The underside of the shell is yellow with dark markings in the center of each scute. Distribution The pond sliders are native to the US and Mexico. The red eared slider subspecies has been introduced worldwide. ref name Rhodin103 ref name Fritz207 8 Subspecies Trachemys scripta scripta Yellow bellied slider ref name Rhodin103 Trachemys scripta elegans Red eared slider ref name Rhodin103 Trachemys scripta troostii Cumberland slider ref name Rhodin103 Hybrid Trachemys scripta elegans x Trachemys scripta scripta Red eared slider x yellow bellied slider ref http www.projectnoah.org spottings 6342399 Trachemys scripta elegans X Trachemys scripta ...   more details



  1. Tube Slider

    Infobox VG title Tube Slider image Image Tube Slider.jpg 256px Cover art caption Cover art developer Nd Cube publisher NEC Interchannel released vgrelease NA April 17, 2003 JP Canceled genre Racing video game Racing modes Single player , Multiplayer video game multiplayer br up to 4 players ratings vgratings ESRB E platforms Nintendo GameCube GameCube Tube Slider is a futuristic racing game released exclusively in North America by NEC and developed by Nd Cube for the Nintendo GameCube on April 17, 2003. A Japan Japanese release of this game was to be released, but it got canceled for unknown reasons. Gameplay The main objective is to pilot a hovercraft through a track and compete against other racers human or AI controlled . Tube Slider is unique in the fact, like its name, the vehicles race through transparent tubes that are often suspended off the ground. The modes available are a generic single player mode, a time trial mode, and a multiplayer function. Game modes The objective of singleplayer is very similar to the Mario Kart series. The player must score races to win points, and by having the highest sum of points the player wins a championship. Upon winning the championship a new tournament as well as new stages are unlocked, and the player proceeds to win that one. Upon winning the final tournament a pallette swap of all the vehicles is awarded. External links http cube.ign.com articles 392 392676p1.html Tube Slider review from IGN Racing videogame stub Category 2003 video games Category Nintendo GameCube games Category Nintendo GameCube only games Category Futuristic racing games Category Video games developed in Japan ...   more details



  1. Jamaican slider

    swamps, streams and ponds, even ephemeral or temporary ponds. Distribution The Jamaican slider is found ... slider in the Bahamas and smaller populations can also be found on the islands of Eleuthera , Andros ... Journal of Science , 29 3 4 165 173 ref is a hybrid between the red eared slider Trachemys scripta elegans and the Inagua Slider T. stejnegeri malonei from Great Inagua. Reproduction Breeding season ... Education LTD , London and Basingstoke. ref Status and Conservation The Jamaican slider is listed ... threat to the Jamaican Slider and this includes Cat Island. On many islands in the Bahamas ... for concern is the continued importation of the red eared slider Trachemys scripta elegans for the pet ..., that the red eared slider Trachemys scripta elegans has not been released onto Cat Island to date ...   more details



  1. Cumberland slider

    refimprove date August 2011 Taxobox name Cumberland slider image Cumberland slider basking.jpg image Cumberland Schmuckschildkr te009.jpg regnum Animal ia phylum Chordate Chordata classis Reptile Reptilia subclassis Anapsida ordo Testudines familia Emydidae genus Trachemys species Trachemys scripta T. scripta subspecies T. s. troostii trinomial Trachemys scripta troostii trinomial authority John Edwards Holbrook Holbrook , 1836 The Cumberland slider Trachemys scripta troostii or Cumberland turtle , is a semiaquatic turtle terrapin of the family Emydidae . Taxonomy This subspecies of T. scripta was formerly placed in the genus Pseudemys . It is also known as the Cumberland turtle. It also occurs in a different geographic location from the yellow bellied slider Trachemys s. scripta . Intergradation does not occur between these two forms. The generic status of this species has long been a controversial subject. Description The carapace is olive brown with yellow markings. It has two rounded projections on the posterior edge of the shell, and is slightly keeled. The adult carapace is wrinkled and oval shaped. The plastron is hingeless and slightly smaller than the carapace. Each of the bottom sides of the marginals has a spot. The skin is brown with an olive to greenish tint with yellow striping. There is a distinct bar behind the eyes that can vary from yellow to red and be either thin or wide. The plastron of the turtle has dark spots, as well as the ridge of the carapace. Also, the plastron has bars or stripes of yellow. The turtle s legs in front have larger yellow stripes than most slider species, and the eyes have a yellow and orange stripe directly behind each eye. The stripe .... Slider comes from their habit of sliding into the water when alarmed when basking, because they go ... lands of the Cumberland slider are in the Cumberland River Valley, ranging in Kentucky and Tennessee. But with the exotic animal trade, the Cumberland slider has become a common sight even into Alabama ...   more details



  1. Slider (cricket)

    Cricket deliveries In cricket , a slider is a type of delivery bowled by a wrist spin bowler. Whereas a topspinner is released with the thumb facing the batsman, a slider is bowled with the thumb facing the bowler. On release the wrist and ring finger work to impart backspin to the ball. A topspinner tends to dip more quickly and bounce higher than a normal delivery. The slider does the opposite it floats to a fuller length and bounces less than the batsman might expect. The sliders will typically head towards the batsman with a scrambled seam with the ball not spinning in the direction of the seam, so the seam direction is not constant, unlike in conventional spin bowling . This has less effect on the flight and bounce but absence of leg spin may deceive the batsman. Frequently the slider is bowled with a mixture of side spin and backspin. This has the effect of making the ball harder to differentiate from the leg break for the batsmen without reducing the mechanical effects caused by the backspin. This delivery may skid straight on or it may turn a small amount. ref http www.espncricinfo.com wisdenalmanack content story 287315.html ref It is claimed that Shane Warne invented this type of delivery. However, this is inaccurate. The Australian spinner Peter Philpott used the technique in the 1960s, calling it simply an orthodox backspinner, while Australian allrounder and captain Richie Benaud used what he called his sliding topspinner which appears again to have been similar. Since he was taught the technique by Doug Ring ref Atherton, Michael http www.cricinfo.com wisdenalmanack content story 287315.html The Mighty Craftsman , Wisden Cricketers Almanack 2007 via Cricinfo, March 24, 2007 ref , it may be more accurate to suggest that Ring is the originator. Either that, or the ball ... deal of confusion on the subject, the slider is thought to be more or less an identical delivery ... out of the front of the hand with backspin present. However the name slider has not passed over into common ...   more details



  1. Hispaniolan slider

    Taxobox image Trachemys decorata.jpg status VU status system IUCN2.3 regnum Animalia phylum Chordata classis Reptilia ordo Testudines familia Emydidae subfamilia Deirochelyinae genus Trachemys species T. decorata binomial Trachemys decorata binomial authority Thomas Barbour Barbour & Carr, 1940 synonyms The Hispaniolan slider Trachemys decorata or Haitian slider is a species of turtle in the Emydidae family. It is found in the Dominican Republic , Haiti , Cuba , and Puerto Rico . The Hispaniolan slider is a fresh water turtle and is a non U.S Native. They can live on land and water, but prefer to be near freshwater. ref http www.austinsturtlepage.com ref These sliders are not on the endangered list but are considered vulnerable B1 2c ver 2.3 Diet They have a particular diet that consists of insects crickets , fish, vegetation, etc. When kept in captivity they can eat all of the same foods that they would eat normally with the add ins of turtle pellets, carrots, tomatoes, pealed grapes, and spinach. ref http exoticpets.about.com od aquaticturtles f resfeedinghow.htm. ref Appearance Only found on Caribbean islands. Unlike Red eared North American sliders, they do not have red patches on their heads. They have distinct light and dark stripes on their neck feet and tail. Top of the Haitian Slider s shell is brown and the bottom is yellow. ref www.chelonia.org trachemysgallery.htm ref When handled Whether this creature is found in the wild or in captivity, it has been known to urinate when picked up. This is considered a sign of distress. It also may bite or scratch, but has not been known to cause any sever harm. If found in the wild, the turtle may be more susceptible to do any one of these. Pet People tend to think that all a turtle needs is a bowl of water and a rock to live. However, the slider will live very poorly. If you are keeping one as a pet, please contact the local pet store provided in your area. ref Web. 05 Mar. 2010. http www.austinsturtlepage.com ref Re ...   more details



  1. Colombian slider

    Taxobox status NE status system iucn2.3 status ref ref name Rhodin102 image image width image caption regnum Animal ia phylum Chordate Chordata classis Reptile Reptilia subclassis Anapsida ordo Testudines familia Emydidae genus Trachemys species T. callirostris binomial Trachemys callirostris binomial authority John Edward Gray Gray , 1856 ref name Rhodin102 Harnvb Rhodin 2010 p 000.102 ref The Colombian slider Trachemys callirostris ref name Rhodin102 is turtle belonging to the Trachemys genus of the family Emydidae found in Colombia and Venezuela . ref name Rhodin102 Subspecies Trachemys callirostris callirostris Colombian slider ref name Rhodin102 Trachemys callirostris chichiriviche Venezuelan slider ref name Rhodin102 References Reflist Bibliography Anchor CITEREFRhodin2010 cite web url http www.iucn tftsg.org wp content uploads file Accounts crm 5 000 checklist v3 2010.pdf title Turtles of the World 2010 Update Annotated Checklist of Taxonomy, Synonymy, Distribution and Conservation Status date 2010 12 14 accessdate 2010 12 15 last Rhodin first Anders G.J. coauthors Paul van Dijk, Peter Inverson, John B. Shaffer, H. Bradley format pdf archiveurl http www.webcitation.org 5uzfktoIh archivedate 2010 12 15 Emydidae Category Trachemys Category Fauna of Venezuela Category Fauna of Colombia Turtle stub es Trachemys callirostris fr Trachemys callirostris nl Trachemys callirostris ja ...   more details



  1. Cuban slider

    Taxobox name Cuban slider image Trachemys decussata.jpg regnum Animal ia phylum Chordate Chordata classis Reptilia subclassis Anapsida ordo Testudines familia Emydidae subfamilia Deirochelyinae genus Trachemys species T. decussata binomial Trachemys decussata binomial authority Gray, 1831 subdivision ranks Subspecies subdivision T. d. decussata T. d. angusta Cuban slider Trachemys decussata , is a species of turtle . ref name JCVI cite web url http jcvi.org reptiles species.php?genus Trachemys&species decussata title Trachemys decussata Gray, 1831 work The Reptiles Database publisher J. Craig Venter Institute accessdate March 3, 2010 ref It is native to Cuba and Isla de la Juventud , but has also been introduced to Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac in the Cayman Islands , and Marie Galante Guadeloupe . ref name JCVI References commons category reflist Emydidae Category Trachemys Category Fauna of Cuba Turtle stub fr Trachemys decussata it Trachemys decussata nl Trachemys decussata ja ...   more details



  1. Inagua slider

    Taxobox image status LR nt status system IUCN2.3 regnum Animalia phylum Chordata classis Reptilia ordo Testudines familia Emydidae genus Trachemys species T. stejnegeri binomial Trachemys stejnegeri trinomial Trachemys stejnegeri malone The Inagua slider ref name Rhodin104 Harnvb Rhodin 2010 p 000.104 ref is a subspecies of the Central Antillean slider . It is found in the Bahamas. ref http www.tortoisereserve.org researchandconservation Slider Body2.html The Tortoise Reserve ref References Reflist Bibliography Anchor CITEREFRhodin2010 cite web url http www.iucn tftsg.org wp content uploads file Accounts crm 5 000 checklist v3 2010.pdf title Turtles of the World 2010 Update Annotated Checklist of Taxonomy, Synonymy, Distribution and Conservation Status date 2010 12 14 last Rhodin first Anders G.J. coauthors Paul van Dijk, Peter Inverson, John B. Shaffer, H. Bradley format pdf archiveurl http www.webcitation.org 5uzfktoIh archivedate 2010 12 15 Emydidae Category Trachemys turtle stub fr Trachemys stejnegeri it Trachemys stejnegeri hu Stejneger kszertekn s nl Trachemys stejnegeri ja ...   more details



  1. Dominican slider

    Taxobox image status LR nt status system IUCN2.3 regnum Animalia phylum Chordata classis Reptilia ordo Testudines familia Emydidae genus Trachemys species T. stejnegeri binomial Trachemys stejnegeri trinomial Trachemys stejnegeri vicina synonyms The Dominican slider Trachemys stejnegeri vicina ref name Rhodin104 Harnvb Rhodin 2010 p 000.104 ref is a subspecies of turtle in the Emydidae family. It is found in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. ref http www.kingsnake.com westindian metazoa14.html metazoa14 ref Commons Trachemys stejnegeri References Reflist Bibliography Anchor CITEREFRhodin2010 cite web url http www.iucn tftsg.org wp content uploads file Accounts crm 5 000 checklist v3 2010.pdf title Turtles of the World 2010 Update Annotated Checklist of Taxonomy, Synonymy, Distribution and Conservation Status date 2010 12 14 last Rhodin first Anders G.J. coauthors Paul van Dijk, Peter Inverson, John B. Shaffer, H. Bradley format pdf archiveurl http www.webcitation.org 5uzfktoIh archivedate 2010 12 15 Emydidae Category Trachemys ...   more details



  1. Slider (sandwich)

    A slider is a small sandwich, typically around convert 3 in cm abbr on across, served in a bun. The term primarily refers to small hamburgers, but can also cover any small sandwich served on a slider roll. ref name nt mills cite web last Mills first Beverly title Sliders take guilt out of hamburger cravings url http www.thenewstribune.com 2010 05 12 1183254 sliders take guilt out of hamburger.html work The News Tribune date 12 May 2010 accessdate 6 June 2010 coauthors Ross, Alicia dead link date February 2012 ref ref name wd mannio cite web last Mannino first Brynn title 10 Mighty Mini Burgers url http www.womansday.com Articles Food 10 Mighty Mini Burgers.html work Woman s Day date 29 July 2009 accessdate 6 June 2010 ref The term, when used in reference to a small hamburger, originated with the fast food chain White Castle restaurant White Castle , which trademarked the spelling variant Slyder and used it between 1993 and 2009. ref cite web title US Trademark 74384698 url http www.uspto.gov work United States Patent and Trademark Office accessdate 7 June 2010 quote IC 030. US 046. G & S prepared sandwiches for consumption on or off the premises. FIRST USE 1993 03 14. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE 1993 03 14 ref File Dungeness crab and shrimp cake sliders Los Gatos Brewing Company .jpg thumb Dungeness crab and shrimp cake sliders with French fries . Sliders can be served as an hors d uvre appetizer , amuse bouche , or entr e . ref name ba campanaro cite web last Campanaro first Joey title Meatball Sliders url http www.epicurious.com recipes food views Meatball Sliders 239792 work Bon App tit publisher Epicurious.com accessdate 6 June 2010 month September year 2007 quote Three make a meal, but a bunch make fun party hors d oeuvres ref See also Krystal restaurant Burger Shots References reflist Burgers DEFAULTSORT Slider Sandwich Category Sandwiches food stub fa ja ...   more details



  1. Yaqui slider

    Taxobox name status VU status system iucn2.3 status ref ref name Rhodin104 image image width image caption regnum Animal ia phylum Chordate Chordata classis Reptile Reptilia subclassis Anapsida ordo Testudines familia Emydidae genus Trachemys species T. yaquia binomial Trachemys yaquia binomial authority Legler and Webb, 1970 ref name Rhodin104 Harnvb Rhodin 2010 p 000.104 ref The Yaqui slider Trachemys yaquia is turtle belonging to the Trachemys genus of the family Emydidae . ref name Rhodin104 It is native to Chihuahua state Chihuahua and Sinaloa in northwestern Mexico . ref name Rhodin104 Subspecies No subspecies ref name Rhodin104 References Reflist Bibliography Anchor CITEREFRhodin2010 cite web url http www.iucn tftsg.org wp content uploads file Accounts crm 5 000 checklist v3 2010.pdf title Turtles of the World 2010 Update Annotated Checklist of Taxonomy, Synonymy, Distribution and Conservation Status date 2010 12 14 accessdate 2010 12 15 last Rhodin first Anders G.J. coauthors Paul van Dijk, Peter Inverson, John B. Shaffer, H. Bradley format pdf archiveurl http www.webcitation.org 5uzfktoIh archivedate 2010 12 15 Emydidae Category Trachemys Category Reptiles of the United States Turtle stub fr Trachemys yaquia nl Trachemys yaquia ...   more details



  1. Nicaraguan slider

    Taxobox status NE status system iucn2.3 status ref ref name Rhodin103 image image width image caption regnum Animal ia phylum Chordate Chordata classis Reptile Reptilia subclassis Anapsida ordo Testudines familia Emydidae genus Trachemys species Trachemys emolli binomial Trachemys emolli binomial authority Legler, 1990 ref name Rhodin103 Harnvb Rhodin 2010 p 000.103 ref The Nicaraguan slider Trachemys emolli ref name Rhodin103 belongs to the Trachemys genus of the family Emydidae and is found in Nicaragua and Costa Rica . Formerly it was grouped into the subspecies Trachemys scripta but was elevated to its own species level. ref name Rhodin103 Subspecies No subspecies ref name Rhodin103 References Reflist Bibliography Anchor CITEREFRhodin2010 cite web url http www.iucn tftsg.org wp content uploads file Accounts crm 5 000 checklist v3 2010.pdf title Turtles of the World 2010 Update Annotated Checklist of Taxonomy, Synonymy, Distribution and Conservation Status date 2010 12 14 accessdate 2010 12 15 last Rhodin first Anders G.J. coauthors Paul van Dijk, Peter Inverson, John B. Shaffer, H. Bradley format pdf archiveurl http www.webcitation.org 5uzfktoIh archivedate 2010 12 15 Emydidae Category Trachemys Category Reptiles of the United States Turtle stub fr Trachemys emolli nl Trachemys emolli pl Trachemys emolli ...   more details




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