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obliquely

uhb leek lee

  • r  to, toward or at one side
  • r  at an oblique angle

  • Today American pop-culture imagery is being recycled more obliquely by Italy's Memphis group of furniture designers and by French painters mimicking the East Village fashion for .
  • He then referred obliquely to mistakes in some of his own "rhetoric"; Bush has said that his vow to catch Osama bin Laden "dead or alive" and his challenge to America's .
  • David Zalubowski AP In shuttering an operation sprung in 1859 from a gold-mining camp just blocks from its downtown Denver home, Scripps directly or obliquely blamed everything .
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  • Rick Perry in KVUE
    It's not lost on men and women of color when people make remarks that are clearly racist, if not directly racist, obliquely racist. And I think they have appropriately called his hand on it,Mr. Perry said.
  • Chris Weitz in guardian.co.uk
    Weitz said: "Philip Pullman is against any kind of organised dogma, whether it is church hierarchy or, say, a Soviet hierarchy. We often deal quite obliquely with it in the film ...... but we have done service to Pullman's books. Those people who...
  • László Moholy-Nagy in Times LIVE
    In 1927, Hungarian-born photographer Laszlo Moholy-Nagy wrote how "unfamiliar views made by positioning the camera obliquely, or pointing it up or down" constituted one of the essential elements of modern photography.

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