The even tone has two variations differing from each other only in pitch; the oblique
tone has three variations, known as "Rising, Sinking, and Entering.
By this oblique
motion, the island is conveyed to different parts of the monarch's dominions.
He was clinging to the oblique
stem of a palm-tree.
I recognized by the oblique
feet that it was some extinct creature after the fashion of the Megatherium.
The Victoria was then taking an oblique
line to the westward.
The first party consisted of Pfuel and his adherents- military theorists who believed in a science of war with immutable laws- laws of oblique
movements, outflankings, and so forth.
But the projectile was perceptibly nearing the moon, and evidently succumbed to her influence to a certain degree; though its own velocity also drew it in an oblique
Tables 3 and 4 below present the rates of plural verbal forms with plural obliques
--both NN2 and people--in relation to the number of words separating the oblique
itself from the verb in the BNC and COCA, respectively.
The public use of obliques
is well-documented and is normally preferred by a spectrum of users to vertical aerial images, particularly at large-scale display because buildings and other features are more recognizable and, consequently, more intuitive and likely to be utilized.
When it comes to exercises that are aimed at boosting the strength of the core muscles, it is common for people to focus too heavily on forward "crunch"-based movements while neglecting to work the abdominal obliques
, says David Thomas, MD, associate professor of medicine and rehabilitation medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
htm The external obliques
are to each side of the rectus abdominis, and consist of both the front-lateral and "love handle" areas in the midsection.
Works on: improving control and strength of the buttocks, abdominals, lower back, obliques
, anterior and posterior deltoids and tricep muscles.