Slugs (autopilot system)
Slugs is an open-source autopilot system oriented toward inexpensive autonomous aircraft. Low cost and availability enable hobbyist use in small remotely piloted aircraft. The project started in 2009 and is being further developed and used at Autonomous Systems Lab of University of California Santa Cruz Several vendors are currently producing Slugs autopilots and accessories.
Slugs (1988 film)
Slugs, muerte viscosa is a 1988 American/ Spanish horror film based on the novel Slugs by Shaun Hutson.
Slugs is a 1982 horror novel written by Shaun Hutson. In 1988 it was adapted as an American horror film of the same name. In this book, carnivorous slugs go on a rampage.
Slugs (2004 film)
Slugs is a 2004 Austrian comedy film directed by Michael Glawogger.
n. 1 (plural of slug English) 2 (context mining English) half-roasted ore vb. (en-third-person singular of: slug)
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Slugs \Slugs\, n. pl. (Mining) Half-roasted ore.
Usage examples of "slugs".
Jarvis scanned everything, anyhow, but I knew that the slugs had won another round.
Most of the slugs would have gotten away if the Whip of the House had not organized help.
If any place in the Union was a pest house of slugs, Iowa should have been it.
Ergo, if the slugs expected to retain control where they were, seizing the channels would be just their first step.
I was determined to burn the slugs if they were not already dead and I was not sure that I could do so without killing the hosts as well.
All very interesting, no doubt, but the only way I cared about slugs was to kill them.
She knew that I eventually would learn the reason: that the slugs had found out about sex, thus rendering her no longer useful as a touchstone for possessed males.
McIlvaine is right there are hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of slugs who know exactly who you and I are, by name and by sight and everything, know where your apartment is, where my apartment is, and where our cabin is.
The Scranton Riot should have convinced anybody that the slugs were loose in Zone Green despite Schedule Bare Back, but even that did not bring on Schedule Sun Tan.
The slugs would have to maintain the basic economic activity of their victims since the slugs themselves would starve if the hosts starved.
What we needed was a selective weapon, one that would kill slugs but not men, or something that would disable humans or render unconscious without killing and thereby permit us to rescue our compatriots.
It must be remembered that the slugs then had as much, or more, of the military potential of the United States at their disposal as had the free men.
The fact that most of the rumored discoveries of slugs were baseless made the rumors no less dangerous.
I was just about to ask him sharply how he knew that the slugs would figure it that way, when the Old Man interrupted.
Had we met them before the slugs we call titans possessed them I think we could have gotten along with them.