Some articles on eccentric, eccentrics:
... The first Eccentric Club had its roots in the Society of Eccentrics which existed from 1781 to the 1820s ... They were later renamed into The Eccentric Society Club, meeting at Tom Ree's in May's Building, St ... From 1781 through to 1846, the Eccentrics numbered upward of some 40,000 members, many of them holding high social position, such as Charles James Fox ...
... An eccentric reducer is a fitting used in piping systems between two pipes of different diameters ... Unlike a concentric reducer, which resembles a cone, eccentric reducers have an edge that is parallel to the connecting pipe ... The same fitting can be used in reverse as an eccentric increaser/expander ...
... or act in ways that are otherwise considered eccentric or at odds with accepted standards of behavior are considered to be Eccentric ... Eccentric is a descriptive term for ships and not a group in its own right for example, ROU Shoot Them Later was both Eccentric and part of the AhForgetIt Tendency of the Culture Ulterior ... Eccentric ships are not considered to have rejected their society ...
... rotated by synchronous motor, driving an eccentric with a throw of about 2mm ... by rotating the position of the eccentric on its shaft, and by sliding wedges between the eccentric and push-rods ...
... Peak chart positions NOR GRE Bliss Released 5 December 2005 Label Eccentric Music Formats CD 14 — Sweet Fever Released 8 May 2007 Label Eccentric ...
More definitions of "eccentric":
- (adj): Not having a common center; not concentric.
Example: "Eccentric circles"
- (noun): A person with an unusual or odd personality.
Synonyms: eccentric person, flake, oddball, geek
Famous quotes containing the word eccentric:
“It was when the trees were leafless first in November
And their blackness became apparent, that one first
Knew the eccentric to be the base of design.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“In a cabinet of natural history, we become sensible of a certain occult recognition and sympathy in regard to the most unwieldy and eccentric forms of beast, fish, and insect.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Once youve been launched into parenthood, youll need all your best skills, self-control, good judgment and patience. But at the same time there is nothing like the thrill and exhilaration that come from watching that bright, cheerful, inquisitive, creative, eccentric and even goofy child you have raised flourish and shine. Thats what keeps you going, and what, in the end, makes it all worthwhile.”
—Lawrence Balter (20th century)