Definitions for "Slug"
An irregularly shaped piece of metal, used as a missile for a gun.
To load with a slug or slugs; as, to slug a gun.
To become reduced in diameter, or changed in shape, by passing from a larger to a smaller part of the bore of the barrel; -- said of a bullet when fired from a gun, pistol, or other firearm.
A drone; a slow, lazy fellow; a sluggard.
Any one of numerous species of terrestrial pulmonate mollusks belonging to Limax and several related genera, in which the shell is either small and concealed in the mantle, or altogether wanting. They are closely allied to the land snails.
Any smooth, soft larva of a sawfly or moth which creeps like a mollusk; as, the pear slug; rose slug.
San Francisco League of Urban Gardeners
A weighted locomotive unit with traction motors but no diesel engine or generator. Generally used in yard duty where the switcher has enough horsepower, but not enough tractive force to push long strings of cars up a hump.
A motive unit with no diesel engines of its own; draws power for its traction motors from an attached regular diesel engine--a combination used primarily for heavy freight yard work.
A generator in Final Cut Pro used to create blank space in a sequence to represent a video clip that has not yet been placed.
(1) Forging stock for one workpiece cut to length. See also Blank. (2) Metal removed when punching a hole in a forging (also termed "punchout").
The blank, cut from wrought material, from which a forging is made, see “BILLET.
A nickname given to gold $50 octagonal pieces made in California. It is most likely some Cal makers adopted the slug's octagonal shape for some of their Cal
Slang for the octagonal and round fifty-dollar gold coins struck during the California gold rush. Allegedly, their name came from the fact that criminals used the two-and-one-half ounce coins wrapped in a handkerchief and slugged their victims on the head with this “weapon.” This could be a myth, as their massive size also could be construed to be a “slug” of gold. The 1915 Pan-Pac fifty-dollar commemorative issues are also referred to a slugs.
A $50 dollar gold piece, also, a lump of metal before it is made into a coin.
a removable piece of metal, used in the postmark die or cancellation die of a cancelling machine. The slug contains changeable information, such as date and time.
The metal piece separated from the stock sheet when piercing a hole.
a hollow, elongated piece of metal, which has longer range and more shock power
A large "dose" of chemical treatment applied internally to a steam boiler intermittently. Also used sometimes instead of "priming" to denote a discharge of water out through a boiler steam outlet in relatively large intermittent amounts.
A temporary abnormally high concentration of an undesirable substance which shows up in the product water.
A solid body of boiler water passed into the steam flow by priming or picked up from a pocket of condensate in the steam line.
A ship that sails slowly.
To move slowly; to lie idle.
an idle slothful person
an unpowered unit, and are generally put together using scrap or spare parts by the railroad iteself
Scrap from a piercing operation. Slug Marks - Surface defects caused by scrap being indented into the metal surface.
An embossed plate that, when inserted into certain scales, prints a descriptive label.
a short label for something, containing only letters, numbers, underscores or hyphens
Short name or title given to a print or broadcast story used for identification purposes.
Name for an article.
A short phrase or word that identifies an article as it goes through the production process; usually placed at the top corner of submitted copy.
Slug is the main alias of Sean Daley, (born in 1973, who is an underground rapper from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The name "Slug" is derived from Sean's childhood nickname "Little Sluggo", which came from his father's nickname "Sluggo". The backronym "Sean Likes Ugly Girls" was formed from his name as the title of an unofficial 5CD set.
A volume of mud that is more dense than the mud in the drillpipe and wellbore annulus. A slug is used to displace mud out of the upper part of the drillpipe before pulling pipe out of the hole and is mixed in the pill pit by adding additional weighting material (barite) to a few barrels of mud from the surface pits. The pill is pumped into the top of the drillstring to push mud downward, out of the pipe, thus keeping the upper stands of pipe empty.
The Slug (real name: Ulysses X. Lugman) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe.
Keywords:  heavily, strike, punch, bat, fist
To strike heavily.
strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat; "He slugged me so hard that I passed out"
Strike; punch.
See thumb insert
A plastic cylinder that is inserted into a hole that is drilled where your normal thumb hole would be; this plastic cylinder is then drilled out for your thumb. Slugs are used by a majority of players that have a multiple ball arsenal as they slug has a smooth consistent surface that remains the same as you change balls in competition.
Keywords:  hindrance, obstruction
A hindrance; an obstruction.
A short, cylindrical unit that is inserted into a Bird® Wattmeter (or similar) that allows the unit to read power (watts) for a particular frequency range. A slug always has a finite frequency range and a maximum power rating. By swapping out different slugs, the wattmeter can be used for many different frequencies and power ranges.
Keywords:  cosmo, column, width, strip, thick
A thick strip of metal less than type high, and as long as the width of a column or a page, -- used in spacing out pages and to separate display lines, etc.
The name used to describe a regular column or feature, usually at the top of a page. For instance, Cosmo's health column is slugged, "Your Body."
Keywords:  mollusc, type
a type of mollusc
An element or text that is outside of the page boundaries; it is separate from the document itself, used like an electronic sticky note. This is the perfect place to put such information as job numbers, project identification, proofing boxes, or other job notations. Will print to output, but not end up on the final page.
The slug is an invertebrate animal that lives in moist areas.
Keywords:  header, scene, shot, script, intended
A header appearing in a script before each scene or shot detailing the location, date, and time that the following action is intended to occur in.
Keywords:  melt, election, hear, word, report
as in print, the one- or two-word name used to refer to a report. I hear you’re filing a VO for the 6.... your slug is ‘Election Melt
Keywords:  gap, tool, slang, air, term
Slang term used for an air gap tool.
Keywords:  merchant, station, plate, see
See Merchant Station Plate.
Keywords:  board, get
A board that does not get up and go.
Keywords:  fill, see
See Fill.
Keywords:  section, feature, short, name
a short name for a feature or section
To make sluggish.