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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

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Slope.
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The AT&T Tilt is the most comprehensive wireless device on the market today," said Michael Woodward, vice president, Business Voice/Data and wireless products, AT&T.
The AT&T Tilt features the latest version of TeleNav GPS Navigator(TM) which provides GPS-enabled turn-by-turn voice and on-screen driving or walking directions, colorful 3-D moving maps and traffic delay alerts with one-click rerouting.
This product combines all of the features ever needed in a motorized wall mount-- extension and retraction, pivot, even tilt -- all with a simple push of a remote control button," said Derrik Lam, Director, Mounting Solutions Business Unit.
These claims arise principally from the alleged failure by Tilts to digitalise the fixed line network in Latvia within the time frame specified in the Umbrella Agreement, alleged failure to procure the transfer of Sonera's shares in Latvijas Mobilais Telefons SIA (LMT) to Lattelekom, alleged failure to make certain inward investments in Latvia and other alleged breaches by Tilts of its obligations under the Umbrella Agreement.
Tilts considers that it has valid claims against the Republic of Latvia and will pursue these.
In contrast, the tiny satellites of Mars are too small to keep the tilt, or obliquity, of the planet's spin axis from varying erratically over a wide range of angles.
However, previous calculations disagreed on how large this effect has been in the past and when changes in tilt might have occurred.
Tilts in turn owns 49% of Lattelekom SIA, Latvia's national fixed network telecommunications operator.
Tilts is currently involved in arbitration proceedings with the Republic of Latvia.
Akasofu notes, however, that since a planet's rotation is such an important source of energy for its dynamo, the observed large tilts of planetary magnetic fields with respect to their rotation axes pose "a great puzzle.
The patent covers numerous aspects of the remote tilt antenna system implementation process.