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concentric

[kən′sen·trik]
(science and technology)
Pertaining to the relationship between two different-sized circular, cylindrical, or spherical shapes when the smaller one is exactly centered within the larger one.

Concentric

Having a common center.

concentric

Having a common center.

concentric

Coming from the center, or circles within circles. For example, tracks on a hard disk are concentric. Tracks on optical media are concentric or spiral shaped (in a coil) depending on the type.
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As noted in in the group's 1Q15 interim report, Concentric has recognised SEK 15m of income arising from negative goodwill as the fair value of the net assets acquired with GKN Pumps exceeded the purchase price.
Mr Birchall said: "Concentric is an exciting business to work with and we are delighted to have been able to help the Concentric Management in implementing their strategy to increase Concentric's presence in the South American market to further enhance the offering to their global customer base.
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Indeed, some Concentric engineers who have recently developed today's product offering can recall earlier study of the technology some 20 years ago.
Jake Wehrell says that the distinguishing kinetic about Vertimax is that it applies a non-varying level of resistance throughout the complete concentric and eccentric movement, or, in laymen's terms, the entire jumping motion.
Second, Crowther uses the imagery of concentric circles to suggest the wider influence of that evangelical moral vision.
In one recent prospective multicenter study, patients with chronic Achilles tendinosis were randomized to treatment with either an eccentric or concentric training regimen for the calf muscles.
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