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off-centre

adj
1. displaced from a centre point or axis
2. slightly eccentric or unconventional; not completely sound or balanced
Translations

off-centre

off-center (US) [ˌɒfˈsentəʳ] ADJdescentrado

off-centre

off-center (Am) [ˌɒfˈsɛntəʳ] adjstorto/a, fuori centro
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Moreover, van Heijnsbergen and Royan display a salutary self-awareness in locating the work of the volume in relation to extant scholarship: "rather than trying to prove any 'centrality' or 'stability' of Scottish literature and thus running the risk of replacing one fallacy by another, it is better to argue that 'central stability' is an imaginary construction in the first place, and to emphasize that the conceptual mileage of early modern Scottish literature in fact lies in exactly such an awareness of itself as off-centre, of its texts as local inflections of international, almost 'virtual' cultural narratives" (xi).
The Scot spent most of his career using cavity-back Callaway irons which have a much larger sweet spot than most and can be reasonably forgiving to off-centre strikes.
Off-centre, a glass cube projects through the panel holding a Hepworth sculpture and this in turn screens the bathroom within.