excentric


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Related to excentric: eccentric contraction, eccentric hypertrophy

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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The unnamed species is represented in the collection by four dorsal valves, which are characterized by a moderately high conical shape, transverse sub-rectangular outline about 70% and an excentric position of the umbo.
As noted, conceptually, indication can support multiple observations, as in excentric labeling.
His exclusive Excentric nights have been ripping up dance floors across the UK at venues that include Ice Factory bi monthly (Perth) The Custard Factory (B/Ham) and The THELKA (Bristol), not to mention 13 weeks in Ibiza, and have been featuring guests such as Slam, Phil Kieran, Gregor Tresher, Anderson Noise, Tom Pooks, Silicone Soul, Funk D Void and Pyscatron as well as some exciting, fresh new talent from his own Excentric Artist Agency, Bigger than Jesus, Henry Von, Jus Phil, Dan Doran, JordanX and Ken the Men.
As well as promoting his Excentric record label and club nights from his Glasgow base, he has been constantly gigging since he left Radio 1 in 2006.
Three rows of excentric orbital sanding wheels and two counter-rotating rollers provide 100% surface coverage.
The pair find the clues lead them to the work of Leonardo Da Vinci, has them teaming up with excentric historian Sir Leigh Teabing (McKellen) and on the trail of a religious secret that has been potected by a sect for thousands of years.
These mountains have a shape of excentric cones, dark-gray or black color, and specific smell.
Even a writer is here, an excentric person, who bears the name of some kind of mineral or precious stone and who fritters the Lord's days away here.
He was a solitaire and for some maybe too excentric.
An excentric by the chosen name of Alakar seemingly has unlimited knowledge, and he becomes strangely famous by way of a TV jackpot about mushroom poetry, of all things.
In today's world, apart from a tiny number of cases, Afrocentrism is excentric rather than ethnocentric.