Looking at things at a slantWhile taking photos of a print advertisement to include in an article on admissions, the photo invariable comes out slightly tilted or crooked. This led to the thought of looking at things at a slant. This is a different concept from the one of the photograph. It implies taking a viewpoint from a particular angle. However, there is a negative aspect to this when we use some part of an opponent's viewpoint, and turn it around to another angle in such a way that it creates a totally wrong perception of the opponent's viewpoint.
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