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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Off Center charts the relations between the United States and Japan across a turbulent Pacific in the fields of international journalism, literary studies and political discourse.
Scrap generators should be on the lookout for scale manipulation, such as setting containers off center, over the edge or not fully on the scale.
Impeding the progress of the project were problems Silverstein had with Libeskind's design for the main building, a 1,760-foot structure which would feature an off center spire.
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.
Moreover, all of these areas are slightly off center, and lead to unnecessary variables in the mechanics of the delivery.
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. Meanwhile, the required clamp force is low because most of the base already is solidified before high pressure is reached in the cavity.