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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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The study highlights the positive effect of clothing articles - compression - towards performance and shows up the functional bond between muscular warm up and reducing the muscular damages induced by excentric training, in specific effort realised in downhill running.
3.5 mm diam.; petiole 7-23 mm long, smaller than the rachis; 1 extrafloral nectary, green-vinaceous, sessile, pyramidal, 1-3 mm long, located on the rachis, between the proximal pair of leaflets; rachis 13-15 mm long; leaflets discolorous, 2 pairs, semisucculent, adaxial surface pilose, abaxial surface tomentose, obovate to elliptic, 21-88 X 9-41 mm, apex rounded, base assimetric, venation penninervous, midrib excentric. Inflorescences racemose, terminal, axillary, 5-14-flowered; bracts green, deltoid, 9-14 X 2-3 mm; pedicel 8-24 mm long.
This is the first of several ways that McGuckian's poetry is paradoxically "excentric": It is both personal and artificial at the same time.
The subdorsal scales are small and round, with a slightly large and excentric (closer to the base) focal area, 19-25 radial grooves, and 6-11 supplementary ones (Fig.
But as Homi Bhabha underlines in The Location of Culture (1994:6), the prefix "post-" has a meaning only if it embodies "restless and revisionary energy" that "transforms the present into an expanded and excentric site of experience and empowerment".
The tubercle mamelon is raised above the platform, with a slightly excentric, elongated (oval) perforation.
Robinson, Ronald, "The Excentric Idea of Imperialism, With or Without Empire," Wolfgang Mommsen ve Jurgen Osterhammel (der.), Imperialism and After: Continuities and Discontinuities, London, Allen & Unwin, 1986, s.
Cells solitary or in cluster, sessile; valves curved or arcuate; raphe excentric in concave side; rectangular girdle view; plastids two, laminate.
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?" (165).