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tilt

 
1. to tip away from an upright position.
2. a condition of being tilted.
pelvic tilt an anteroposterior motion of the pelvis around an imaginary axis in the frontal plane.

tilt

(tilt),
Slope.
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Conclusion: The age of syncope patient was associated with type of hemodynamic response to the head up tilt test.
Before the tilt, Sam Shoaf was not that clearly a comer, but he did so well on the 'Familiar' show that more doors and opportunities were opening up for him.
They're also looking for office tenants focused on human health or environmental sustainability, who share Hummingbird's values of sustainability and creating zero waste, the Tilts said.
Poldervaart says the lock tilts 32 degrees in three minutes, taking 30 seconds to set the tilting in motion.
An international team of researchers led by scientists at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that when the cars tilt just at the beginning of the curves instead of while they are making the turns, there was no motion sickness.
The newly found tilts, Pont says, represent "a spectacular upheaval of the standard view of close-in planet formation .
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) on Thursday (4 October) announced the availability of the AT&T Tilt, a 3G smart device, in the US today (5 October).
The truth is the tilt either way isn't great but the theory was that, in the backward position, the cervix more easily dipped into the pool of sperm which lies at the top of the vagina after sex, aiding fertilisation.
Kiefer Bulk-Industrial manufactures a line of tilt flatbeds that offer a 24-inch bed, which tilts to a 12-degree load angle for safe and gentle loading.
The Osprey takes off and lands like a helicopter but tilts its rotors during flight to fly like an airplane.
When the pilot pulls the plane's control column to ascend, for instance, the front of the simulator tilts up.
The casting machine then tilts the mold, generally through a 90 [degrees] arc, allowing the metal to flow consistently from the pouring cup into the runner system.