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slews of (something)

Large numbers or amounts of something; lots of something. We've been coming up against slews of legal issues getting our new subsidiary set up overseas. There are slews of old computer parts scattered around the workshop, so have a look and see if you can find something you need.
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slews

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I just clicked on any object on the screen, told the telescope to slew to it, and away we went.
Center the planet in the field, and SkySensor can accurately slew to the moons.
It can then calculate where the comet or asteroid is in the sky and slew the telescope to it -- no need to enter the object's coordinates each night.
Seattle Slew died at Hill `n' Dale Farm near Lexington, Kentucky, to where he had recently been moved from his long-time home at Three Chimneys Farm following spinal surgery to relieve pressure on vertebrae.
A brilliant performer on the racecourse, Seattle Slew won 14 of 17 starts and finished second twice.
Seattle Slew's stud career, which began in 1979, has left a potent legacy in the thoroughbred world.
His 102 stakes winners include champions Slew O' Gold, AP Indy, Surfside, Swale, Capote, Landaluce and
This is a nice feature, which saves battery power and keeps many of the telescope's smart features functional even if the battery power drops too low to operate the power-hungry slew speeds.
If their output drops below 8 1/2 volts, the "slew" and "find" speeds give out but the slow-speed motors and hand-controller display continue to operate.
SETUP is for adjusting various parameters such as slew speeds, altazimuth or equatorial tracking modes (in either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere), the speed that information scrolls across the LED display, backlash compensation, and drive rate (from a choice of sidereal, King, lunar, and solar).
It could even be used to slew back and forth between two fixed terrestrial objects - bird nests, for example.