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slant

[slant]
(mining engineering)
Any short, inclined crosscut connecting the entry with its air course to facilitate the hauling of coal. Also known as shoofly.
A heading driven diagonally between the dip and the strike of a coal seam. Also known as run.

slant

A sewer pipe which connects a house sewer to a common sewer.
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The variables selected for this study are Topic, Frame and Slant. The below categories topic are selected for the study.
As showed in [Figure 1]d, the gantry slant angle is e (e>0[degrees]).
The effectivity of the short, slant neck boils down to the fact that most golfers don't practice enough to get the most out of their blade putters.
Tilt angle, inclination angle, and slant angle, which are the focus of this study, are all defined in the normal plane.
The geometry of slant and semi-slant submanifolds in metallic Riemannian manifolds is related by the properties of slant and semi-slant submanifolds in almost product Riemannian manifolds, studied in ([7, 8,16]).
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Alvarez said the operators against him are putting a slant to his filing a graft complaint against Floirendo.
Slant for a story was coded as 'favourable', when the story was emphasising on good governance and good handling of Internally Displaced People and crisis by government of Pakistan.
They are as follows: attached low-drag (ALD) state at slant angle from 0[degrees] to 20[degrees] where downwash flow separation rarely occurs on the slanted base, high-drag (HD) state from 20[degrees] to 30[degrees] where the downwash separates from the top of the slanted base and reattaches at the middle, and separated low-drag (SLD) state where reattachment does not occur above 30[degrees].
A regular curve [gamma] : I [right arrow] [SOL.sup.3] is called a slant helix provided the unit vector [M.sub.1] of the curve [gamma] has constant angle E with unit vector u, that is
Associated mostly with the journal Slant and led and inspired by two Dominican priests, Laurence Bright and Herbert McCabe, and a young Terry Eagleton, this group of Marx-inspired Catholics sought simultaneously to bring about substantive structural reform in the English Catholic Church and in British society as a whole.