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not centered or having no center

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I took advantage of my previous discovery that acentric chromosomes remain attached to their centric partners by a DNA tether.
The results for molecular weight, critical pressure, critical temperature, bubble point temperature, density, and acentric values obtained for the pseudocomponents of the 13 oil samples under investigation are plotted in the figures from 11 to 16, respectively.
To test the different attraction terms, at first a set of eight low acentric factor fuids (Ne, Ar, Kr, C-[H.
In the sections that follow, these previous studies are expanded and it is shown that the critical temperature, the ideal gas specific heat at constant pressure, and the acentric factor largely determine the [COP.
Godlovitch makes the claim that an acentric approach to natural engagement must accept that nature is aloof and that we cannot ever get to fully grasp it, that the only way in which we can belong in nature lies in "a sense of being outside, of not belonging".
5-7) They usually present as expansile, centric tumors arising from the medullary part of the bones; acentric types at the surface of bones are extremely rare.
The application module contains a table of values for each of the 93 possible components which include the critical temperature, critical pressure, and acentric factor (omega).
In the INVARIANT routine, EXPO is able to provide the probabilistic estimate of the structure factor modulus (the positivity condition of the electron density is considered in the reciprocal space) by using triplet relationships both in the centric case and in the acentric case.
Measuring cycle routines include: length of concentric tools, tap drills, engraving needles and reamers and acentric tools like endmills and facemills.
ACENTRIC ACHROMIC BELONGED BENZYLIC BIOPSIED CENTROID CHORUSED COSTUMED DEFORMED DELOUSED DIOPTRIC EMPURPLE FORTUNED FORTY-ONE GLORY-PEA HIRSUTED INSTROKE INTURNED LOST LIFE (BI) MORWYNGE
Mendoza in The Acentric Labyrinth: Giordano Bruno's Prelude to Contemporary Cosmology (Shaftesbury and Rockport: Element, 1995).
But a tectonic shift in great power relationships is also in motion, taking us from a bipolar world to an acentric world.
Rather than a centered structure of hierarchical links, today's media and information networks are acentric and distributed.
Acentric tools such as end-mills, facemills, milling cutters, etc, with unknown length and diameter can be measured relatively quickly with multiple cycles at rated spindle speeds.
Rarely were spreads interpreted as exhibiting a translocation, acentric chromosome, or dicentric chromosome.