He drew a series of concentric circles on a page with a single dot—Robert Moses—in the center.
Since Plato had described the city as having been composed of concentric circles, then this, said the Germans, might well be it.
Think of religious exemptions as a series of concentric circles.
In the Phractopeltida the spherical shell is double, composed of two concentric lattice-spheres.
They are made in sets of arcs of concentric circles (see fig. 80, A).
Again and again in the woods we encountered the remnants of what appeared to be a series of concentric walls.
More than 25,000 men and thieves gathered in concentric circles about the stand.
The women, taking the places of honor, squatted round me in concentric rows, while the men peered over their shoulders.
The concentric circles must be to indicate the order of the letters.
The missile with its thickly smoking fuse leaped upward as the concentric rings flickered and whirled bewilderingly.
concentric con·cen·tric (kən-sěn'trĭk)
Having a common center or center point, as of circles.