# oblique

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**oblique hernia**— oblique inguinal hernia indirect inguinal h …92

**oblique ligament of Cooper**— oblique ligament of forearm chorda obliqua membranae interosseae antebrachii …93

**oblique angle**— oblique′ an′gle n. math. an angle that is not a right angle; an acute or obtuse angle • Etymology: 1685–95 o•blique′ an′gled, adj …94

**oblique angle**— n. any angle other than a right angle; acute or obtuse angle …95

**Oblique order**— The Oblique Order (or declined or refused flank) is a military tactic where an attacking army focuses its forces to attack a single enemy flank. The force commander concentrates the majority of his strength on one flank and uses the remainder to… …96

**Oblique projection**— This article discusses imaging of three dimensional objects. For an abstract mathematical discussion, see Projection (linear algebra) …97

**Oblique shock**— A small scale X 15 placed in a NASA supersonic wind tunnel produces an oblique shock wave at the nose of the model (along with other shocks). An oblique shock wave, unlike a normal shock, is inclined with respect to the incident upstream flow… …98

**Oblique reflection**— In Euclidean geometry, oblique reflections generalize ordinary reflections by not requiring that reflection be done using perpendiculars. If two points are oblique reflections of each other, they will still stay so under affine transformations.… …99

**Oblique case**— An oblique case (abbreviated obl; Latin: casus generalis) in linguistics is a noun case of synthetic languages that is used generally when a noun is the object of a verb or a preposition. An oblique case can appear in any case relationship except …100

**Oblique correction**— In particle physics, an oblique correction refers to a particular type of radiative correction to the electroweak sector of the Standard Model. Oblique corrections are defined in four fermion scattering processes, (e+  + e−… …