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slope

(slōp),
An inclination or slant.

slope

1. An inclined plane or surface.
2.
Slant.

lower ridge slope

The slope of the crest of the mandibular residual ridge from the third molar forward as viewed in profile.

slope

(slōp)
An inclination or slant.

slope

in statistical terms the slope of a line depicting the relationship of two variables is the gradient of the line or the regression coefficient of the relationship. A positive slope implies that increasing one variable will increase the other.
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Die soms pynlike ontboesemings wat in Sloper gelewer word, gryp die leser derhalwe aan--dikwels ook weens hulle poetiese gehalte.
Clever, witty, a man of the world, Doctor Sloper enjoys a good reputation and a high professional and social position.
Yet another brother, Ivor Anthony, was fourth in 1906 on Crautacaun, placed third on three occasions on Axle Pin in 1912, Ally Sloper in 1917 and Ballymacad in 1918.
They are not just planning to make up the numbers, with chairman Sloper targeting a playoff spot in the debut season.
Sloper, Catherine's father, for her hand in marriage, the father, confidently played by Billy Bolster, suspects Morris's intentions toward his daughter.
A ALLY Sloper was created by Charles Ross and his comic, the Half-Holiday, first appeared in 1884.
Taught by Tom Sloper, a 22-year veteran of the industry, "How to Start a Career in Videogame Design" will cover basic technical information about videogames, an overview of videogame design, and tips on starting a career in the field.
A copy of this Notice shall be deposited at the Public Carriage Office, Cardiff Bus Depot, Sloper Road, Cardiff from, CF11 8TB today until 12.
WHAT: Bryan Sloper, of Middlesbrough Erimus Rotary Club, introduced Steve Keating a prospective member who was inducted into the club at a recent club meeting
He lived in Newport and also owned a greyhound called Back Isle which on one occasion beat the legendary Mick The Miller and, on another, won the Welsh Greyhound Derby at Cardiff's Sloper Road Welsh White City Stadium in 1929.
The second week includes Chris Harris' one-man evocation of pioneering comic strip hero Ally Sloper, a talk by the festival's new president, Sir Neil Cossons, charting his career from the pioneering days of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum to the chairmanship of English Heritage, a harp recital by Danielle Perrett, Alison Neil's one-woman show on Charlotte Bronte and a final concert of easy-listening jazz by the Jazz a Belles.