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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If this first app goes well, Skewed News Tutor plans to develop a series of apps built around the needs of specific curriculum.
Another alternative hypothesis is that the sex ratios are skewed near the mill because of parental "choice.
However, it is not without an overriding problem of highly skewed distributions of scores.
Does the modern skewed image of African geography have any political or economic impact today?
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.
Only the eelpout collected near the pulp mill had skewed sex ratios.
Towards the west end is the main staircase, its bottom flight skewed to the angle of the south wing in response to the diagonal thrust of the approach.
To say the result is a little skewed is an understatement.
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.
This percentage is somewhat skewed upward by several schools with very large increases in applications.
George Bush's tax cuts really are skewed to the wealthy.
The skewed volume facing the plaza houses various administrative functions and the piano nobile reception space.