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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - situated away from the center or axis
nonconcentric, eccentric - not having a common center; not concentric; "eccentric circles"
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Set to Ryan Cayabyab's music, 'Sama Sama' integrated the upright bodies of classical ballet with off-center movements and one-handed somersaults.
FOR WHAT WOULD BE ITS THIRD DIVE INTO immersive theatremaking, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' Off-Center wanted to tackle a fresh challenge: a musical.
Consequently, we introduce a new method combining off-center spin-coating and epitaxial growth with TCB, which shows large increases in polarized emission from films obtained with conjugated polymers exhibiting various crystalline behaviors.
1, when I found I was 9 inches high at 200 yards, grasping my AccuScope, I would pull out the sliding scale card until 9 inches read in the "Distance Off-Center" window.
Off-Center offering skirts the issue-it's the legendary, large-scale 1937 show The Cradle Will Rock, running July 10-13 with choreography by Chase Brock.
A variable gear ratio steering system used in these vehicles may exhibit a temporary steering wheel off-center condition after driving away quickly from a very tight turn where the steering was at full lock position, Toyota said.
The new size range features a unique double eccentric off-center design and excellent chemical compatibility.
* Internally floating threads that allow for component attachments in off-center applications.
In 1984 astronomers discovered an outer dust ring in Andromeda, just over 30,000 light-years from the galaxy's nucleus and slightly off-center. Now, Block and his colleagues have detected a small inner ring (also off-center, with a radius of almost 5,000 light-years) in infrared images obtained by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.
Foster & Partners placed the structural core off-center, farther to the west--the only side facing a street and possible car bombs.