Off center


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Off center

Applies to a structural member which is not properly centered.
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The solidified plastic of the side wall between the ribs locks the core in place early in the cycle, preventing the core from moving off center.
WHEN: The drop off center is open seven days a week from 9:30 a.
That would take a burden off center Michael Fey and power forwards Ryan Hollins and Matt McKinney.
That's a skewing of the ball's course by the spin that the club puts on a ball hit off center.