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a.1.See Eccentric.
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In case of flexible CFST columns eccentrical compression using of the critical force method can lead to a very poor accuracy of calculations [9].
But as there are certain injuries of such a nature, that some of them furnish and others require a more speedy remedy than can be had in the ordinary forms of justice, there is allowed in those cases an extrajudicial, or eccentrical kind of remedy It considers that the future process of law is by no means an adequate remedy for injuries accompanied with force; since it is impossible to say to what wanton lengths of rapine or cruelty outrages of this sort might be carried, unless it were permitted a man immediately to oppose one violence with another.
It increases the probability of avoiding the brittle failure of spun concrete members under concentrical and eccentrical loading (MacGregor 1998; Kuranovas and Kvedaras 2007; Soundararajan and Shanmugsundaram 2008).
the eccentrical variable: t [equivalent to] [theta](mod2[pi]) such that, for the excenter S going, on the x axis ([epsilon] = 0), to infinite (s [right arrow] [infinity]), the domainI goes to zero (I [right arrow] 0).
In the following passage--taken from his Coda, "Rhetoric and Revolution: The Eccentrical Equation" (204-14)--Kranidas cites historian Hugh Trevor-Roper's description of "the summer of 1641," when Milton composed the antiprelatical tracts: