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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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With A New Slant on Acting, esteemed stage and film veteran Charles Mongiello empowers actors with the film-set operations knowledge they need to come across as true professionals and be hired over and over again.
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