# oblique section

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## ob·lique sec·tion

a diagonal cross section attained by slicing, actually or through imaging techniques, the body or any part of the body or anatomic structure, in any plane that does not parallel the longitudinal axis or intersect it at a right angle, that is, that is neither longitudinal (vertical) nor transverse (horizontal).
Synonym(s): diagonal section

## ob·lique sec·tion

(ō-blēk' sek'shŭn)
A diagonal cross section attained by slicing, actually or through imaging techniques, the body or any part of the body or anatomic structure, in any plane that does not parallel the longitudinal axis or intersect it at a right angle, i.e., which is neither longitudinal (vertical) nor transverse (horizontal).
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Recreate the look by starting with a coat of Nailberry Dial M for Maroon and then, after letting it dry, using a small strip of masking tape to create a diagonal section and painting Ciate Goal Digger over the top.
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Behind home plate, there was a short diagonal section of the grandstand that formed the backstop.
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The surface current density behavior near the boundary of the resistive film has been described.[2,3] If the width of the RF is less than the diagonal length [Mathematical Expression Omitted] of the waveguide cross section, then the behavior of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is determined by the model for a separate resistive halfplane.[2] if the RF overlaps the diagonal section of the waveguide completely (d = D), then one must take into account the current density behavior near the common edge of the resistive half-plane and the perfectly conducting wedge.[3] In any case, the components of the [Mathematical Expression Omitted] vector are expanded as series in terms of Gegenbauer's polynomials with the weight chosen according to recent results.[2,3]

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