Definitions for "Slipstream"
A story that describes a genre that does not fit into any one particular genre.
Slipstream (Davis Cameron) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superhero associated with the X-Men. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Salvador Larroca, he first appeared in X-Treme X-Men #6 (December 2001).
Slipstream is a kind of fantastic or non-realistic fiction that crosses conventional genre boundaries and doesn't sit comfortably within the confines of either science fiction/fantasy or mainstream literary fiction.
Racing cars produce a partial vacuum in their wakes. Trailing cars will often "tuck in" to this area and be pulled along behind the leading vehicle. This promotes fuel efficiency among other things.
Reduced air pressure behind a moving vehicle.
The area of drag created behind a moving car, often used in drafting (to conserve fuel and power) and slingshotting (to pass)
the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
The column of air pushed rearward by a rotating PROPELLER, it always moves faster than the aeroplane itself.
Current of air driven back by the propeller.
Keywords:  refoy, beswick, jethro, jonny, groovy
Slipstream (1981) is a video by Jethro Tull, recorded during the 1980 A tour. It was originally released on VHS and laserdisc, and came out on DVD in 2003. It is also included in the (2004) bonus dvd edition of A.
Slipstream were formed in 1994 after Mark Refoy left Spiritualized. The band consisted of Ian Anderson on guitar, Gary Lennon on bass, Steve Beswick on drums and occasional appearances from Jonny Mattock who had also stopped drumming for Spiritualized later that year. Over the following five years the band released two albums, Slipstream and Be Groovy Or Leave, and a compilation CD, Side Effects, all on Che Records.
Lloyd's policy production system whereby policies may be prepared on underwriters' behalf by Lloyd's Policy Signing Office / Small additional or return premiums clause / A clause in a policy providing that small adjustments of premium shall be waived, they being uneconomic to make.
The slipstream of a moving object is a region of reduced pressure or even suction (negative pressure), exerted in the neighbourhood of the object and in the direction of its movement, and caused by its movement through a medium.
In computer jargon, to slipstream updates, patches or service packs means to integrate them into the installation files of their original software, so that the resulting files will allow a direct installation of the updated software.
A Slipstream processor is an architecture designed to reduce the length of a running program by removing the non-essential instructions. It is a form of speculative computing.