line skew

line skew

[′līn ‚skyü]
(computer science)
In character recognition, a form of line misregistration, when the string of characters to be recognized appears in a uniformly slanted condition with respect to a real or imaginary baseline.
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FLORENCE - The holding company of Siuslaw Valley Bank, its bottom line skewed a year ago by a one-time infusion of cash, has reported a 12 percent drop in third-quarter profits.