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ex·cen·tric

(ek-sen'trik),
Alternative spelling for eccentric (senses 2, 3, q.v.).

ex·cen·tric

(ek-sen'trik)
Alternative spelling for eccentric (2, 3).
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5-10), points out that trail running engages in effort muscular chains through isotonic contractions, concentric, excentric and isometric (in descending sequences), negociating optimal functional relationships between agonist and antagonist muscles (stabilisers, fixers and synergists).
7D); slightly large scales, prolonged, with a slightly large, excentric and closer to the base focal area, and 26-33 radial grooves (Fig.
Duke University Press, 1986; ve Ronald Robinson, "The Excentric Idea of Imperialism, With or Without Empire", Wolfgang Mommsen ve Jurgen Osterhammel (der.
This paper shows how, using the formal homorphisms between the classical Rankine formulation for excentric Ioading of column sections and the Culmann elipse, both based on a projective geometry concept, Polarity; it is entirely feasible to perform the formal analysis of buiding storeys having eccentric Ioadings by horizontal forces in their own planes, taking into account, as it is not done by most seismic codes, the configurational properties of the tridimensional skeletons now used in buildings.
Lacan goes on to ask this in more lurid terms: "Is the place that I occupy as the subject of a signifier concentric or excentric, in relation to the place I occupy as subject of the signified?
Both species are closely similar in the dorsal valve morphology and can be distinguished mainly in the position of the ventral umbo, which is submarginal in Diencobolus subovalis and excentric in Diencobolus naukatensis.
TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], (224-25/242) This statement of quotidian depoliticization can be read as a manifesto of Shanghai citizens, who strategically take an excentric position to stay away from the Communist commotion.
1981) Effect of combined concentric and excentric strength training and detraining on force-time, muscle fiber and metabolic characteristics of leg extensor muscles.
For something a little more excentric, families should head to the Thomas Vale Pantomime Horse Grand National (November 22, city centre).
In apparatus for exhibiting tableaux vivants or the like the combination with a collapsible or folding frame and a rotatable platform on which the pictures are set, of anti-friction rollers on which the platform runs and excentric or cam levers for preventing the movement of the platform while a picture is being exhibited substantially as hereinbefore described.