Sliding may refer to:
- Sliding (dance), also floating or gliding, a group of footwork-oriented dance techniques
- Slide (baseball), an attempt by a baseball runner to avoid getting tagged out
- Slide (disambiguation)
Other articles related to "sliding":
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... Sliding is a type of frictional motion between two surfaces in contact ... Sliding may occur between two objects of arbitrary shape, whereas rolling friction is the frictional force associated with the rotational movement of a somewhat disclike or other circular object ... of rolling friction is less than that associated with sliding kinetic friction ...
... A sliding door is a type of door that opens by sliding (usually horizontally), whereby the door is either mounted on or suspended from a track ... Sliding doors are often used in mini MPVs such as the Toyota Porte and Peugeot 1007 and Renault Kangoo, but are more commonly used in full-sized MPVs like the Toyota ...
Famous quotes containing the word sliding:
“What opium is instilled into all disaster? It shows formidable as we approach it, but there is at last no rough rasping friction, but the most slippery sliding surfaces. We fall soft on a thought.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Here at the fountains sliding foot,
Or at some fruit-trees mossy root,
Casting the bodys vest aside,
My soul into the boughs does glide:
There, like a bird, it sits and sings,
Then whets and combs its silver wings,
And, till prepared for longer flights,
Waves in its plumes the various light.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)
“With these I would be.
And with water: the waves coming forward, without cessation,
The waves, altered by sand-bars, beds of kelp, miscellaneous
Topped by cross-winds, tugged at by sinuous undercurrents
The tide rustling in, sliding between the ridges of stone,
The tongues of water, creeping in, quietly.”
—Theodore Roethke (19081963)