- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of skew.
“Knowing the label skews our perceptions, both positively and negatively.”
“As I said, it skews from the origin presented in the original comics.”
“The interesting thing to note is that the target age market for these titles skews older than the consumer market, with a couple of sops thrown in for the younger crowd that the older crowd will at least recognize.”
“And living out here in the Valley where everyone basically has more money than they can ever spend, well it kind of skews your perspective.”
“So, you can see that comparison kind of skews to the wealthy end of the spectrum.”
“Well, when you kill as many people as I do, it kind of skews the odds.”
“This is a most important feature because if your frame "skews" or twists you cannot keep it straight in the air.”
“Firstly, I tend to get a lot of sexual attention from men, but I am finding it 'skews' things.”
“Menzies Campbell says keeping out Trident 'skews' strategic defence review anyone out there know what significance CLP nominations have - or even what they are - in a one member one vote contest?”
“Menzies Campbell says keeping out Trident 'skews' strategic defence review”
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