Other colleges took more overt actions to skew their Clery Act numbers.
One factor the CBO cannot include in their estimates that some observers say might skew their numbers: politics.
There was the late August Washington Post/ABC poll that had a plus-9 Democratic skew (and still had Romney ahead by one point).
But the other thing we know about the uninsured is that they skew quite young.
Hybrids, which can get up to 50 miles per gallon, are also helping to skew the number higher.
I pressed her hand tenderly, to skew that I assented to the conditions she laid down.
If it is more than a quarter of an inch it should be sized and then removed by the skew.
The arch is skew or oblique; and the gate is double, like those of Volterra and Cosa.
A smoothing cut is taken with a skew chisel the same as in spindle work.
Thus we have squire from escuyer (êcuyer), skew from Old Fr.
late 15c., "to turn aside" (intransitive), from Old North French eskiuer "shy away from, avoid," Old French eschiver (see eschew). Transitive sense of "turn (something) aside" is from 1570s. Meaning "depict unfairly" first recorded 1872, on notion of being "give oblique direction to," hence "to distort, to make slant." Statistical sense dates from 1929. Related: Skewed; skewing. The adjectival meaning "slanting, turned to one side" is recorded from c.1600, from the verb; noun meaning "slant, deviation" first attested 1680s.