decentered

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decentered

a. descentrado-a, fuera del centro.
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If the optics of the lens are decentered over the eye, the effectiveness of the lens can decrease quite dramatically as higher-order aberrations are induced, degrading the quality of the visual performance of the lens system.
It explains the normal LASIK procedure, then details complications like loss of suction, air bubbles in the anterior chamber, buttonholed flaps and vertical gas breakthrough, opaque bubble layer, free flaps, flap tears, incomplete flaps, irregular flaps, epithelial defects, thin and thick flaps, decentered flaps, subconjunctival hemorrhage and bleeding, and the management of postoperative complications, with discussion of etiology, incidence, and prevention.
The MPDGT scavenges culture for gestures of resistance such that errant, questionable, radical, decentered and otherwise nonconforming femininity is arrogated to its purview.
Installation art's ability to produce, or disrupt, narrative experience--to alternately conjure and complicate linearity through interventions in spatiotemporal conditions--is central to its effects on the activated, decentered spectator it proposes to produce.
This preliminary, summative examination of emerging student observations of the course, specifically the service learning component, suggested that students decentered to varying degrees.
Taken in total, these bold assertions decentered the metropolitan narrative of the rise of British power and British humanitarianism by casting attention on important developments in the periphery.
It was originally developed to assess metacognitive awareness defined as "the process of experiencing negative thoughts and feelings within a decentered perspective" (Teasdale et al.
For understanding the process of positioning, it is important to acknowledge that I am also decentered by myself when, for example, I notice that I am fed up with the kind of work that I am used to seeing as belonging to my identity or when I notice that I feel some hidden aversion to a particular group of people while being convinced that I am a Democrat and egalitarian who abhors any kind of discrimination.
Because all history is entangled, the role of the United States must be decentered and non-American history and experiences understood (32).
of Bedfordshire, England) challenges the Lacanian-inflected psychoanalytic model of film theory, with its suggestions of decentered subjects, fragmented bodies, and an inherently fragile concept of self, with an approach derived from Jungian psychotherapy.
Winner of the 2010 Herralde Novel Prize, Colombian writer Antonio Ungar's trenchant satirical thriller Tres ataudes blancos (Three White Coffins) is a fresh, disorienting take on the motif of doppelganger as political impersonator--The Prince and the Pauper nightmarishly updated for the decentered twenty-first century.
Before getting into the opening move in this essay, it is perhaps necessary for me to give a clarification of the title which rather enigmatically hints at the forgetting of muses and an ancillary fixation only on decentered subjects.