off-center


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off-center

1. Having an axis not along the geometric center line.
2. Not at the center point.
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The company notes that off-center necks usually require a ramdown neck finish--but this is incompatible with standard dairy industry capping.
This off-center orientation became the defining look for the new, digital generation of ELPH cameras.
Her romantic relationships seemed off-center from the start, the biggest fiasco being her attempt at marriage with Chorus Line choreographer/director Michael Bennett.
With some subtle suggestions from a slightly off-center English teacher, both Casey and Stew find themselves smitten with love interests who appear to be perfect.
Ryan Boschetti moved from tackle, which is closer to the opposing center, to Leisle's off-center tackle spot.
In Capitol Records, the titular building (another iconic LA institution and a kitsch standard of sorts) was placed slightly off-center, giving a pair of floodlights on the left, a mechanism supposed to draw attention to the structure, almost as much presence as the building itself.
HDPE milk bottles with an off-center neck can now be produced on standard reciprocating-screw blow molders with no cycle-time penalty, says Uniloy Milacron or Manchester, Mich.
In the November PHYSICAL REVIEW E, the researchers report that the funneled sand, which flows onto a small section of the mounting heap, consistently produced piles with off-center maximum pressure.
The film's other lucid witness is Alig's mother, a blond hausfrau who projects an off-center quality that initially makes us want to giggle.
ClearVue uses a patented off-center tomosynthesis imaging technique that more accurately exposes lead-free solder problems and better inspects densely packed single- or double-sided boards containing BGA-style components.
I put the breath and an off-center axis on top of that.
This year's collection is filled with quirky stories and somewhat off-center characters.