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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.
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A spokeswoman for the Welsh Ambulance Service said: "We were called on August 21 at approximately 9.49pm to reports of a medical emergency on Sloper Road, Cardiff.
The people are exceptionally friendly and welcoming," said Sloper. "I have returned with the two co-founders of the group to explore more of the northern mountainous regions and meet more people," he said.
While many other vehicles in the collection have had to undergo a period of delicate restoration and some new parts and paintwork, John's Sloper - which takes its name from its distinctive forward-tilting engine - is shown with all its original parts.
Sloper's inconsiderate comparisons of his beautiful, clever wife with his plain, dull daughter, Catherine (Chastain), are as wounding as they are unkind.
The elderly Dr Sloper is played by David Payne, in his first ever role.With that in mind, he does well, and his occasional stiffness suits the part.
Die betrokkenheid by die Suid-Afrikaanse sosiaal-politieke aktualiteite, wat in byvoorbeeld Liefland so kragtig gemanifesteer het, is meer gedemp aanwesig in Sloper, hoofsaaklik in gedigte VII-IX van die afdeling "Langnagvure".
For example, research consistently indicates that the majority of parents being informed that their child has a disability are dissatisfied or very dissatisfied by the way the news was presented to them (Quine & Rutter, 1994; Sloper & Turner, 1993).
Washington Square (August 8-12) is a stage adaptation of the Henry James classic in which heiress Catherine Sloper falls for the dashing Morris Townsend but does he really love her?
In James's novel one thing is for certain: the heroine, Catherine Sloper, falls victim to the rivalry between two egoistic men, her father and her lover.
Tabitha Sloper, an 18-year-old hoping to study English at Manchester University, was equally dismissive: 'He's just another politician to me.'
He is widower Dr Austin Sloper who despises his plain and painfully shy daughter, and is quick to point out that the beau who has swept her off her feet in 1850s New York is just after her money.
Catherine Sloper sufria constantemente los comentarios despiadados de su padre (un distinguido medico de la localidad) quien consideraba que ella no poseia ninguna de las virtudes de su difunta madre.