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 (kən-sĕn′trĭk) also con·cen·tri·cal (-trĭ-kəl)
Having a common center.

[Middle English concentrik, from Medieval Latin concentricus : Latin com-, com- + Latin centrum, center; see center.]

con·cen′tri·cal·ly adv.
con′cen·tric′i·ty (kŏn′sĕn-trĭs′ĭ-tē) n.
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Adj.1.concentrical - having a common center; "concentric rings"
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Assign the hub of a friction pair to polar system of coordinates r[theta] having chosen the origin at the center of concentrical circles L, [L.sub.0] of radii [R.sub.0] and R, respectively (Figure 1).
Halley answered to these objections as follows, using the term "concave sphere," and giving the example of Saturn's rings that keep on being concentrical, without becoming eccentric relative to the common gravitational center of the planet:
If one were to look for a terminology fairly new in Boccaccio studies, one might consider adapting and applying to the Decameron the Bakhtinian concept of chronotope, indeed, of concentrical chronotopes, each one of them interconnected, and all of them supported by the voice of the Boccaccio persona.