Skewed


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Skewed

Having an oblique position, or twisted to one side.

skewed

Having an oblique position, or twisted to one side.
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While the straight rotor cage provides the operation with amount of disruptive effects (cogging torque, torque ripple, vibrations and noise) caused by unsuppressed air gap harmonics, the skewed rotor cage may reduce them significantly.
There is clear coherence between skewed sex ratios and pulp mill effluent exposure.
For starters, he says, much of the blame rests on the shoulders of professional cartographers, who until recently used the badly skewed Mercator projection.
Based on the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications (Fifth Edition, 2010), the new reference manual incorporates Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) guidance into the unique requirements for the design and fabrication of curved and skewed steel bridges.
This release includes improved mechanism to correct skewed image imported in OMR template editor.
To say the result is a little skewed is an understatement.
This shutdown coincided with the period when sexual differentiation usually occurs in eelpout embryos, a development that allowed Larsson and Forlin to test whether the skewed sex ratios previously found by the mill were associated with exposure to the effluent.
Kada's master-stroke was to add a third ward wing projecting from the south side and skewed 62 degrees from principal orientation.
The change in reporting structure is being made primarily because monthly comparisons can be skewed by differences in the number of days of sales in a given month from one year to the next.
com)-- QA Graphics, Iowa-based interactive design firm, has developed an educational mobile app for Skewed News Tutor.
George Bush's tax cuts really are skewed to the wealthy.
Skewed walls in the connections to the treatment wings consistently indicate the major direction, so from the shape of the space you know which way to go.