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Oil companies have long tried to cut deals with property owners to allow for slant or horizontal drilling underneath homes.
Once the wolf steps in, the upward-slanting walls prevent the wolf from getting out, thereby trapping it.
Today, these shallow slants are an essential feature of the pedestrian landscape across the United States.
You can also adjust the slant and height for maximum comfort.
He had the innate slant of mind that properly belongs to a moderator of mass meetings called to aggravate a crisis.
The rear of him had not sunk so far, so he was on a slant which made it all the more difficult for him to lift himself.
KARI THE ELEPHANTDHAN GOPAL MUKERJI
A rise of land showed gaunt and black, and the pilot was guiding the ship in a long slant upon it.
The abrupt slant of the hill gives the building an additional story on the south side.
The last has the true slant for activity and strength, in which it excels all other breeds of equal weight.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
The following day he culled a log in another and distant skidway whose butt showed a slant of a good six inches.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE

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