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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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I discovered one trick that seemed to help a great deal: If I drew my bow while canting the upper limb toward the uphill side and then, relaxing, allowed the bow to ease into a vertical position, I would consistently hit the middle of the target.
Transverse canting can be due to different amounts of tooth eruption on the right and left sides or skeletal asymmetry of the mandible, resulting in compensatory canting of the maxilla.
This work studied the patterns of tool wear as edge recession (ER) in chipping and canting knives of a chipper-canter head.
This can in many cases be explained by spin canting, that is, noncollinear spin structures.
This is the title page to The Canting Academy, created in 1673 by Richard Head and here reproduced by permission of the British Library.
William Cauley and Micheal O hAodha, Canting with Cauley: a Glossary of Travellers' Cant/Gammon (Dublin: A.
Neville Crichton, the owner of super maxi Alfa Romeo, has defended canting keel boats against claims that they are unsafe in a letter to the sailing website scuttlebutteurope.com.