Off center


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Off center

Applies to a structural member which is not properly centered.
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Consequently, Off Center manages to cover an immense area of inquiry, providing analyses of the fluid rapport between literary and imperial histories (the history, for example, of Western colonialism in Asia and the so-called "Third World," and Japan's symptomatic responses to and emulations of this violence, as reflected in the literature of the period) or the geo- and chronopolitical problematics of "First World" and "Third World" relations in the age of postwar Japan (which belongs both properly and improperly to both and to neither of those worlds), to take a few instances.
A direct gaze, with a centered iris and pupil, represents a basic facial arrangement better than a gaze with the eyes off center does, Farroni asserts.
Much of the movement is out of kilter, with dancers hinging away from or falling off center, pushing through space with flexed hands and feet.
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.