Oblique line

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(anatomy) A line of the thyroid cartilage that marks the upper lateral borders of the thyroid gland.

(math) A diagonal, sloping or slanting line that makes an oblique angle (when meeting with another line).


Word origin: Latin obliquus "slanting, sidelong, indirect"

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