clustered around a topic or even written by a single author, these books' chapters retain a strong centrifugal idiosyncrasy.
Poetic or metaphorical reference operates centripetally
, forging an indirect reference.
The tower is protected from the external gaze, which cannot operate centripetally
by working from the periphery (the ring) toward the center (the tower).
But wa are thereby drawn centripetally
toward the world of others, a world that existed before us and independently of our knowledge and consent.
As the egg develops, the separation cavity above the egg expands centripetally
and the connection region is correspondingly reduced to a final diameter of about 2.
The follicles are small and, in males, a thick cortex of spermatogonias, spermatocytes I and spermatides arranged centripetally
is observed, and spermatozoids are organized in radial rows with the flagella towards the follicular light (Fig.
the cell centripetally
(Grub, 1896), to the formation of a "silica
Some ooid cortices are moderately to heavily centripetally
Microblade cores based on pebbles and flakes tend to have centripetally
worked striking platforms angled at roughly 90 [degrees] to the percussion axis.
Yet it is typically those societies on the fringes of the centripetally
nationalistic West - those of the Caribbean, pre-Soviet Russia, Africa, Latin America - which offer up the truly centrifugal, multilingual novel.
The language Warren uses in Jack Burden's narration of his experience works centripetally
to bring about Jack's mysterious spiritual transformation, while it works centrifugally to invite, if not implicate, the reader's participation as a character, or "narratee.