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slant

(slant)
1. a sloping surface of agar in a test tube.

slant

A tube of solid culture medium that is slanted to increase the surface area of the medium; used in culturing bacteria. Synonym: slope (2)
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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.
The aims of Slant magazine are stated in the first paragraph of the
Sa PR lang po iyan, binibigyan ng ibang slant iyong kaso.
In this study, the Slant refers to writer's attitude in story towards government's handling of the situation of IDPs.
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To separate a slant helix according to Bishop frame from that of Frenet-Serret frame, in the rest of the paper, we shall use notation for the curve defined above as B-slant helix.
An account of the Slant group is a challenge to a storyteller, however gifted.
Readers of A Certain Slant of Light should be able to follow the rearrangement of spirits and bodies.
THE obsessive rightward slant of this writing, linked to covering strokes on letters, shows that this writer is single-minded and determined to reach his goal on his terms and without disclosing anything that he wants to keep secret.
In 1990, Chen [6] introduced the concept of slant immersions as a generalization of both holomorphic and totally real immersions.