One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not centrally placed or not having its axis or other part placed centrally.‘a distinct excentric nucleus’
- ‘Less consistently, they found excentric, small nucleoli and nuclear overlap.’
- ‘To quote Black Diamond: ‘because our asymmetrical hexagonal design allows one excentric to fit four different crack configurations, the hex has a range similar to a comparably sized SLCD, at considerably reduced weight and price.’’
- ‘This Kobeh species differs from both the types of Mesophyllum lonense Stumm, 1937, and specimens referred to that species here, by having excentric and incomplete septal cones.’
- ‘On endoscopy, she had an excentric stricture about 5 cm below the upper esophageal sphincter and a narrow, erythematous distal esophagus.’
- ‘The most distinctive taxon, represented by a pluricolumnal and the articular face of an isolated columnal, has low elliptical ossicles, with long fine crenulae and an apparently excentric minute lumen.’
- ‘Maximum dc 8590 mm; maximum length measured over convex side, and estimated from incomplete specimens, in order of 200 mm. Calice deep, in form of inverted cone, base axial or only slightly excentric.’
- ‘The nucleus of the lymphocyte becomes larger, stains less dark and acquires a one-sided indentation and an excentric position.’
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