• (adv): More slowly.

Some articles on slower:

Social Information Processing (theory) - "A SIP Instead of A Gulp"
... means, that the communication exchange rate through CMC is much slower than face-to-face therefore, the impressions are formed at a much slower rate ... Here the impressions are formed at a slower rate ... CMC just accumulates at a slower rate ...
Second Language Phonology - First Language To Second Language - Global Second-language Prosody Characteristics - Speech Rate
... L2 speech rate is typically slower than native speech ... speakers’ speech rate in an English utterance is slower than native English speakers’ speech rate (Derwing and Munro, 1995), and speech rates in a sentence by highly experienced Italian and ... In this study, the main factor of the slower speech rate for the Italian and Korean accented English was the durations of the vowels and sonorant consonants (Guion ...
Episodic Ataxia - Pathophysiology - EA1: KCNA1
... activate at more positive potentials and slower rates, demonstrated by positive shifts in their V½ values and slower τ activation time constants, respectively ... Unchanged Unchanged ,,, I177N S1 5.9% 60mV positive Slower Faster Shorter mean open time and smaller single channel conductance , F184C S1 15.1% 24mV positive Slower ...
Small Towns Burn A Little Slower
... Small Towns Burn a Little Slower was a band from St ... much touring, and label negotiations, they recorded and released the Small Towns Burn a Little Slower EP in 2004 on Rise Records ...
1988 San Marino Grand Prix - Qualifying
... that powered the McLarens, yet he was over 3 seconds slower than Senna ... the Honda powered McLarens less than 1 km/h slower ... The Ferraris were much slower at 295 km/h (183 mph), and were some 20 km/h (12 mph) slower than the McLarens over the start-finish line ...

Famous quotes containing the word slower:

    The second [of Zeno’s arguments about motion] is the one called “Achilles.” This is to the effect that the slowest as it runs will never be caught by the quickest. For the pursuer must first reach the point from which the pursued departed, so that the slower must always be some distance in front.
    Zeno Of Elea (c. 490–430 B.C.)

    It may be strange—yet who would change
    Time’s course to slower speeding,
    When one by one our friends have gone
    And left our bosoms bleeding?
    Thomas Campbell (1774–1844)

    To reform a world, to reform a nation, no wise man will undertake; and all but foolish men know, that the only solid, though a far slower reformation, is what each begins and perfects on himself.
    Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881)