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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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Both batted very well, Du Toit eventually caught down the leg side while Cant chipped to mid-wicket.
Cant, who also fronted Play School's spin-off for older kids Play Away, shared the limelight with Julie Stevens and other presenters - and a host of toys including Humpty and Big Ted.
gt; Brian Cant A statement from the family said: "It is with great sadness that we, his family, have to announce that Brian Cant has died aged 83 at Denville Hall.
Percentages and frequencies were calculated for categorical variables like lip cant, gender etc.
The longer knife (chipping knife) severs a slice of wood from the log, and the shorter knife (canting knife) smoothes the surface of the cant.
SP Cant Imtiaz Sarwar, all DPOs, SHOs, admin and beat officers were present in the meeting.
Mr Balmain concluded that Mr Cant died of natural causes.
Cant worked at the former Whitinsville Savings Bank as a mortgage processor and also prepared income taxes.
Elvis Adrian Cant forced his way in to the 17-year-old's home in the village of Potterhanworth, near Lincoln, last Friday.
The word cant refers to the secret language spoken by professional thieves and beggars.
Fashion stylist Di Cant has said that there are different dress codes for different workplaces, but a few rules are universal.