These additions are first, a disk n n, concentrically fixed to the main axis A B of the engine.
The outer surface of the shell is concentrically grooved; the beaks are smooth.
The shield in the first two is granulated, in the other concentrically striated.
A strong solution of caustic ammonia produces a concentrically laminated or fissured appearance in them.
Shelves lined with red crepe paper which was now faded and torn and concentrically spotted.
Suppose a threepenny-piece and a half-crown placed alongside of each other, concentrically, with a common pivot.
The eyeball consists of concentrically arranged coats and of refracting media inclosed in them.
This results in the formation of concentrically laminated masses known as cell nests.
It gradually assumes a nearly spherical form; and is then composed of concentrically arranged layers (fig. 280, hl).
They eventually become detached from the parent cell, around which they are concentrically arranged.
concentric con·cen·tric (kən-sěn'trĭk)
Having a common center or center point, as of circles.