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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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Oblique view x-ray image of reflowed BGA solder joints.
The boundary of selected sagittal and oblique sagittal scanning images of RCPma and OCI was identified via MR Workstation PACS system, and the sectional area of the muscles was measured automatically.
Users working within MapBrowser can switch from Nearmap Vertical to Panorama or Oblique location content.
Fung, "Retroperitoneal oblique corridor to the L2-S1 intervertebral discs: an MRI study," Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, vol.
Using its patented HyperCamera2 technology, Nearmap is revolutionizing the oblique aerial imagery market with the same access model.
These binominal (i.e., containing two noun phrases, NP of NP) subjects comprise a singular collective head noun and an oblique noun, that is, the noun within the of-PP.
Several methods have been proposed to calculate the stress intensity factors [K.sub.I] and [K.sub.II] for an oblique crack at the edge of a half-plane [7-12].
Loading of implants in three dimensions with various bite forces (masticatory force (vertical force), molar force (horizontal force), and special masticatory force (oblique force)) (Figure 5), the values of the bite forces used are 500 N, 1000 N, 1500 N, 2000 N, and 2500 N.
'The President's reference to the slaughter was an oblique deflection of the way he has been pictured as a mass murderer, a Hitler, which is a label that he rejects,' said Abella.
Leon et al reported in his study relation of foramen thyroideum to the oblique line, the foramen thyroideum (FT) was found in a variable position: below (28 cases), right at the upper end (four cases), and above the oblique line (nine cases).
The oblique shock wave formed over the concave corner of the ramp is shown in fig.
Superior oblique palsy (SOP) is the most frequent single extraocular muscle paralysis diagnosed by ophthalmologists.
In this study, on the basis of literature [15, 16], transverse diameters (dorsal transverse, intermediary transverse, ventral transverse, cranial transverse, caudal transverse, and medial transverse diameters), oblique diameters (right oblique diameter, left oblique diameter, right sacrocotyloid diameter, and left sacrocotyloid diameter), conjugate diameters (conjugata vera and conjugata diagonalis), vertical diameter, pelvic inclination, and angle between arcus ischiadicus were measured (as shown in Figures 2-5).
Endoscopic treatment of obstructive ureterovesical pathology using meatotomy in an oblique direction can preserve the submucosal tunnel and the muscular sheath and conserve the valvular function of the submucosal ureter or medial valve, thus preventing the occurrence of vesicoureteral reflux.
The lengths at oblique angle to the motion are contracted with the Oblique-Length Contraction Factor OC(v, [theta]), defined as [1-2]: