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off-center

1. Not perfectly lined up in the center of something. I don't know. I still think the picture looks a little off-center.
2. Not standard, typical, or usual; unique or odd. We've taken an off-center approach to solving this problem.
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Also "because it was important to have a local director Off-Center could work with to help develop the concept over time," he says.
The F8BT samples prepared using TCB display [P.sub.R] values of 1.35 and 2.24 for center (edge) and off-center spin-coating, respectively.
Bypassing this limitation, Uniloy Milacron produced the off-center finish (while adhering to the dairy industry standard) by using its own proprietary blowpin technology.
Tod Williams's The Adventures of Sebastian Cole sounds the most pleasingly off-center, with the quietly sexy Clark Gregg as the young hero's transgendered stepdad.
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.
The hurdler must identify an arm radius (bent/extension) that is consistent with body lean, height, and flexibility The preferred posture is a slight off-center forward body lean while emphasizing arm action to control balance and maintain a consistent sprinting rhythm.
Magic's FV2500 reheat system is tailored for blowing non-conventional PET shapes, including ultra-flat, highly oval, and off-center bottles.
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.
According to the company, the shallow recess of the 0.0003" eccentric ground into the bore effectively reduces the potential off-center condition of the tool caused by the application of the set screw, keeping TIR to 0.0002" when the tool is rotated and properly located.
A number of galleries, non-profits, boutique high-tech companies, advertising agencies, "off-center" clothiers, and other cutting edge tenants have left the area in favor of more remote, less trendy locations like NoLiTa (in the northern section of the City Hall/Insurance district) and Chelsea.
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.
The pores in adjacent protein sheets are slightly offset from each other, so the coins are also slightly off-center. Although that offset makes the crystal columns look wobbly, it holds the key to the shell's strength.
Accompanied only by the throaty gymnastics of singers Manuel de la Malena and Javier Requena, who also clapped along with box-drummer Sudhi Rajagopal, Ortega's pirouettes dazzled, while his off-center maneuvering still managed to land him squarely on the beat with the dance equivalent of an Olympian 10.
Even as a child, Eleanor's personality was slightly off-center and, as she makes her way through life, she veers farther and farther away from the norm.