slanting


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Synonyms for slanting

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Synonyms for slanting

having an oblique or slanted direction

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If Slanting the Story has a flaw, it's that the author's fear of the right introduces a troubling myopia.
Slanting low also allows the linemen to avoid taking on the base blocks and double-teams.
Slanting the Story: The Forces that Shapes the News by Trudy Lieberman The New Press.
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 them out.
The blitz is done very quickly through the hole created by the down lineman slanting one way or the other.
It improved our aggressiveness and pass rush, but made us easy prey for down blocks as our linemen were seldom able to re-direct after slanting away from the play.
Defenses countered by slanting [ILLUSTRATION FOR DIAGRAM 3 OMITTED] or by stunting the backside LB [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE DIAGRAM 4 OMITTED].