We advocate a slight off-center
forward body posture with the athlete high on the balls of his/her feet and the focus on arm action.
The portraits of President Abraham Lincoln on the new $5 bill and the nation's first Treasury Secretary, Hamilton, on the new $10 mimic the supersized and slightly off-center
portrait of President Andrew Jackson on last year's $20 bill.
He emphasized classical technique--its deportment, strong legs, and graceful arms--but these poses transgressed rapidly to Clark's more avant-garde trademarks, like off-center
arms, stuck-out bottoms, and crouching balances.
The sheer weight of the pumpkin pulls it off-center
as it grows, resulting in a lopsided squash he says has more creative potential than just the ordinary pumpkin.
Here what at first looks like a network of lines radiating from the main, off-center
accretion of cross-hatching turns out to be microscriptural repetitions of the word "green.
Because of Earth's off-center
location in the Milky Way, she says, the symmetric distribution argues against a burst source associated with our own galaxy unless the bursts originate in a huge halo whose inner diameter is double that of the Milky Way.
Val Caniparoli's Torque featured the spirited, brassy music of Michael Torke, which supported the quick, oddly angled, off-center
The larger, off-center
portrait of Andrew Jackson is the most noticeable difference from the old $20 bill, which was designed 70 years ago.
In a recent work, 5-92, tilted white discs, anchored by satiny black holes and suspended in effulgent blue fields, seem to hover just barely off-center
like "unseen forces bombarding the universe.
Placing the inlet to the glass reaction chamber slightly off-center
forces the entering gas to swirl at a velocity near the speed of sound.