1. having or situated at or near a center
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  • It is an even more satisfying record than its predecessor, eccentrically lush and rich production making the most of an already impressive clutch of new songs.
  • Children without a theory of mind think egocentrically. ToM
  • ‘Because we know we're trying to be sarcastic or funny, we egocentrically assume our audience will, as well,’ he says.
  • The longest transposals look rather boring, since they are all minor variations: congregationalists congregationalists congregationalist congregationalist algorithmically logarithmically representatives representatives congregational congregational establishments establishments egocentrically geocentrically certifications rectifications consolidations disconsolation conservatoires conservatories Wolfram Blog : Word Play with Mathematica
  • At least 20 gear wheels of the mechanism have been preserved, including a very sophisticated assembly of gears that were mounted eccentrically on a turntable and probably functioned as a sort of epicyclic or differential, gear-system. Computer Greeks
  • So if God is the big center, and then God tells you - through a priest, through a scripture, through a dogma - that the infidel must be destroyed, then you'll obey, and you'll act just as egocentrically as you project that God is.
  • But if the earth's orbit becomes as highly eccentrical as in the past, this difference would be thirty-six days. The Prehistoric World; or, Vanished races
  • The corpuscle, which is perfectly visible to the naked eye (and which can be most easily demonstrated in the mesentery of a cat), consists of a number of lamellæ or capsules arranged more or less concentrically around a central clear space, in which the nerve fiber is contained. X. The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument. 1e. Peripheral Terminations of Nerves of General Sensations
  • Experiments of 8 concrete - filled steel tube ( CFST ) dumbbell - shaped columns under eccentrically loads are introduced.
  • Even more unexpectedly, solar systems were found that were somewhat like ours but with seemingly impossible variations—for instance, with a circular-orbiting Jupiter in what is considered the roughly “right place” in relation to its sun, along with an eccentrically orbiting and even larger Jupiter in the inner solar system region where rocky planets are supposed to live. First Contact
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