the point at which the mass of a system could be concentrated without affecting the behaviour of the system under the action of external linear forces
- Centre of curvature
noun the point on the normal at a given point on a curve on the concave side of the curve whose distance from the point on the curve is equal to the radius of curvature
of or relating to a marketing device, as a coupon, that entitles a buyer to a specified amount off the regular price.
one hundred. belonging to or consisting of those branches of the Indo-European family of languages that show distinctive preservation of the Proto-Indo-European labiovelars and that show a historical development of velar articulations, as the sounds (k) or [kh] /x/ (Show IPA) from Proto-Indo-European palatal phonemes. The centum branches are Germanic, Celtic, Italic, Hellenic, Anatolian, and […]
- Centum call second
unit (CCS) A unit used (in North America) to quantify the total traffic running in a network. 1 CCS is 100 call-seconds. That means 1 CCS could be 2 calls of 50 seconds duration or 20 calls of 5 seconds duration. (2002-03-25)