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canting

 [kant´ing]
the process for manufacturing x-ray grids, resulting in grid lines that are uniform and bilateral.
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The company claim that up to 450 jobs could be created in transforming Canting Basin into a "spectacular floating community".
Jazz, a state-of-the-art, canting keel Cookson 50, was purchased in late 2010 from Australian yachtsman Ray Roberts, who had raced the yacht successfully as Evolution Racing, and is Bull's first yacht with a canting keel.
In addition, regardless of rating, owners/skippers of any boat over 14 metres LOA with a canting keel and wants to take part in Skandia Cowes Week must sail in this new Super-Zero Series, unless they fix their keel amidships and re-rate accordingly.
Alfa Romeo has now completed more than 6,500 nautical miles in a wide variety of weather and sailing conditions, including three Tasman crossings, the Rolex Sydney to Hobart race, close quarters racing in Sydney and Hamilton Island and all without a single failure of the canting keel.
based in San Diego, created a radical new appendage design known as Canting Ballast Twin Foil (CBTF[TM]) Technology that uses a canting ballast for righting moment and two articulating foils.
This is the title page to The Canting Academy, created in 1673 by Richard Head and here reproduced by permission of the British Library.