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  • v  turn or place at an angle
    the lines on the sheet of paper are skewed
  • s  having an oblique or slanting direction or position

  • Over the past decade, the Federal Government has poured more than $50 billion into the corn industry, keeping prices for the crop at least until corn ethanol skewed the market .
  • It hardly seems like the power dynamic is skewed toward the passenger right now.
  • Some experts chalked up the skewed polling to skin color.
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  • Seth Rogen Dishes On Biggest 'This Is The End' Surprise Cameo
    The trailers for "This Is The End" don't really downplay the fact that a lot of celebrities show up on screen as skewed versions of themselves. But the trailers don't show you every celebrity that shows up to hang out with Seth, James, Jonah, Danny, and Jay. Co-writer/co-diector Seth Rogen stopped by MTV News' Josh [...]
    June 14, 2013 - MTV
  • 'This Is The End' review: Comedy pals face apocalypse together
    The notion of celebrities playing skewed versions of themselves isn't anything new at this point. But never has the joke been taken as far in size or scale than in "This Is the End," which throws together a posse of Hollywood pals and puts them squarely, and hilariously, in the path of Armageddon.
    June 12, 2013 - The Oregonian
  • Swain revaluation bumps values up 16.5 percent
    Four years after Swain County leaders trashed a skewed property reassessment, the county has completed a new revaluation. A recently finished appraisal of Swain County real estate concluded that property values have increased by 16.5 percent on average since the previous valuation eight years ago.
    June 12, 2013 - Smoky Mountain News

  • Ben Bernanke in New York Times
    Ben S. Bernanke, the Fed chairman, told Congress on Tuesday that inflation "seems likely to move temporarily higher in the near term," even as the risks to the overall economy were still "skewed to the downside."
  • Elena Kagan in The Associated Press
    Kagan said she stood by the basic thrust of her article, but allowed that she had "skewed it a little too much" in favor of openness.
  • Pat Buchanan in International Herald Tribune
    By the time I took office, we had a one-year deficit of over US$1 trillion and projected deficits of US$8 trillion over the next decade. Most of this was the result of not paying for two major tax cuts skewed to the wealthy and a worthy but... Barack Obama TODAYonline Jun 3, 2010 90618 120720 skewer You've got to go out there and gut and skewer McCain," Buchanan said, "and I don't think she's going to do that."

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