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.
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.
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.
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.