oblique


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Synonyms for oblique

Synonyms for oblique

not taking a direct or straight line or course

Synonyms for oblique

a diagonally arranged abdominal muscle on either side of the torso

slanting or inclined in direction or course or position--neither parallel nor perpendicular nor right-angled

indirect in departing from the accepted or proper way

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Recent RotoView apps, including RotoView Photo Viewer (Android, iOS) and RotoView PDF Reader (Android), use the technology disclosed in the new patent to efficiently scroll large images and documents without requiring the user to hold the device at an oblique angle.
Over a 5-year period (April 2007 to March 2012), a prospective study was conducted to analyze the results of oblique ureteral meatotomy that was performed using endoscopic scissors.
But it didn't say anything about lengths at oblique angle to the motion (i.
Each includes precise measurements of the roof presented with high-resolution oblique aerial images, line drawings and multiple tables of results.
Side bend Working the oblique muscles to the side of the abdominals.
Electrodes were placed 2 cm apart and parallel to the fiber direction of the external oblique on the same side as the lead leg used for the MUS.
This is most obvious with the fonction oblique: if the theory of the oblique is liberating, the creation of fixed pieces of architecture at unusual angles can become the opposite.
com can search through a number of historically significant collections of both vertical and oblique aerial photography.
Compared with the oblique angle view, a top down view limits the information that can be obtained.
In other words, the notoriously dour Kent -- who has ridden his admittedly indifferent attitude toward the game to what probably is a Hall of Fame career -- has a new attitude, now that his bothersome left oblique has finally had enough time to properly heal.
In true helical-knife planing, the knives are mounted onto the periphery of a cutterhead at an angle to the axis of rotation and form a continuous oblique cutting edge (Stewart 1971).
Is it possible to make a long straight stretch of the main ring feed high-energy electrons in at an oblique angle to a deflection magnet and thereby bend the electrons into the antiproton stream to cool it?
As the Lower East Side's luxury condominium Blue nears completion of its concrete superstructure, its distinctive shape begins to reveal itself with its oblique columns and floor slabs.
ALMOST five years to the day since Giant's Causeway won the Irish Champion Stakes, one of his daughters, Oblique, made it four from four for the season in the Musselburgh Gold Cup on a day of contrasting fortune for Sir Mark Prescott and Seb Sanders.