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Synonyms for eccentric

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Synonyms for eccentric

a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities)

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conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

not having a common center

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The variation of net circulation and analysis of the heat flux along the outer surface of the inner cylinder is done for different eccentric positions.
These are writers who exist outside the center, on the periphery of English politics and letters, intervening in received categories of engagement and commitment, redefining what it means to be "modernist." In her work, Bluemel expands the terms "radical eccentric" into a useful critical paradigm: I want to bring to mind the spatial and dynamic meanings of each term, the sense of each writer's peripheral and eccentric position on the borders of multiple literary circles and cultural institutions and the possibility such positioning provides for various unpopular, uncompromising, resistant or radical literary commitments, styles, and movements.
But, there is an alternative, eccentric position called steady-state economics.
The speed of the greens will be electrifying and the holes placed in their usual eccentric positions.
(6,7) A monoplane occlusal scheme reduces the horizontal force components because the direction of forces between zero degree teeth in centric and eccentric positions is essentially vertical.