As we evolved in our understanding of the 3-3, we figured out that we could get the same advantages from slanting
without really slanting
In addition to padding his expense accounts, he is guilty of slanting
and exaggerating some of his glibly written articles.
A common tendency is to turn the head toward the downstage corner without slanting
it, which is not nearly as warm or aesthetically pleasing.
Two new books, Jeffrey Scheuer's The Sound Bite Society and Trudy Lieberman's Slanting
the Story, delve into this problem.
And certainly that sunrise-glinted golden dome above the slanting
red terrazzo roof beyond my hotel window glass reminds me of just how this may be true.
Mandel blames New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, Nobel laureate Milton Friedman, and Greg Mankiw, President Bush's head of the Council of Economic Advisers, for misleading generations of students and slanting
public policy against scientific innovation.
But perhaps the quickest, most aggressive way of closing off the gaps is by slanting
the defensive line.
the Story: The Forces that Shapes the News by Trudy Lieberman The New Press.
explains that funneled sand repeatedly avalanches down the pile's outwardly slanting
slopes as it accumulates.
The lenticular lens technology also resolves the issue of moire-like black bands by slanting
the lenses at an angle.
Many adjustments can be made with the tackles to enhance the blitz packages, like pinching the tackles or slanting
the anvil slightly, they created a steep gradient across the sample as they increased the pressure 1 gigapascal -- 10,000 times atmospheric pressure -- per minute.
The blitz is done very quickly through the hole created by the down lineman slanting
one way or the other.