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angle off

To move at a particular angle, rather than in a straight line. You need to angle off to the left, to avoid hitting those rocks.
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angle off (to or toward something)

to turn or move toward something at an angle. The road angles off to the right. The sailboat angled off toward the direction the wind was blowing.
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Lovely angle off Beck for try proved he is natural finisher.
As a result, users can re-position the cable-exit angle off the faceplate, in the factory or in the field, without disassembly or the need for custom modules and cards.
He said: 'I tried to force a bit of an angle off the black and just took my eye off the shot.
The second shot is at an angle off the fairway,into a narrow valley with the green at the end.
I just explained that I'd taken loads of photos from every different angle off the internet.
The same stimulation parameters were used in the sham-treated patients, but with them, the coil was placed at an angle off the skull, so they never received the current.
On the north side of Mauna Kea, it's advisable to angle off on Highway 240 through the appealing plantation town of Honokaa, with its frontier storefronts and plank sidewalks, for a run out to the Waipio Lookout.
The first is straight and level and the fighter pilots provide their own angle off the target.
Use protractor to lay out seven 20 1/2-inch rafters with 15 [degrees] angle off vertical at both ends on two of the fir 2-by-4s (see sketch).
His discoveries tend to angle off the professional grid.
k], where [Iota] is the scan angle off boresight and the exponent k is a number between 1.
Next to his start, the receiver's angle off the LOS is the most important part of run blocking.
Kempffer's method of gunfitting is to have a woman stand with her toes at a 45 degree angle off target.
Antenna patterns are generally measured with instrumentation receivers that measure the response of the antenna as a function of angle off boresight.