off center


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off center

not exactly in the center or middle. The arrow hit the target a little off center. The picture hanging over the chair is a little off center.
See also: center, off
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What is perhaps most compelling in Off Center emerges in Miyoshi's ability to focus attention upon certain Japanese epistemic loci and idioms and discuss the effects of their simultaneous influence from and resistance to their Western correlates.
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.
He landed off center after his feet got caught in the handle bars, forcing him to the ground.
With this vortex pushed off center and weakened, the process of ozone destruction slowed.
Eckstein ripped a line drive to center field, where the ball ricocheted off center fielder Chad Hermansen's left shin and got past past right fielder Craig Wilson.