Definitions for "Asymmetry"
Want of symmetry, or proportion between the parts of a thing, esp. lack of bilateral symmetry.
Artwork not identical on both sides of a center line or axis.
A lack of equivalence between two things, such as the unequal tax treatment of interest expense and dividend payments.
A cut that does not match on either side - opposite to symmetrical
Not the same on the two sides of the body.
A factor describing the shape of a chromatographic peak. Theory assumes a Gaussian shape peak that is symmetrical. The peak asymmetry factor is the ratio (at 10 percent of the peak height) of the distance between the peak apex and the back side of the chromatographic curve to the distance between the peak apex and the front side of the chromatographic curve. A value 1 is a tailing peak, while a value 1 is a fronting peak.
A structural imbalance on either the right or left side of the face that occurs in certain jaw deformities. The "lopsidedness" or imbalance is usually caused by either an undergrowth or overgrowth of one of the several of the facial bones.
Left/right asymmetry. A measure of the left/right asymmetry. It is presently based on a binomial test.
An imbalance in facial alignment as it relates to the eyes, eyelids or eyebrows.
Keywords:  incommensurability
Keywords:  morphology
Not proportionally balanced; difference in size and shape.
Where there are differences in the competitiveness of the players. Thus, the outcome of a contest is not simply a matter of chance. Asymmetries can be due to many factors, for instance different ability, experience, motivation, present ownership, and/or condition.
not being equal, one larger than another, unmatching. As in one breast being a different shape, or one higher than the other or even different size.
A way to organize text in order to create visual tension.
The mathematical division of spacial relationships that divide the flat visual space as percentages of the a sum total. 1/3, 1/4, ½, 3/4, etc.
Aspects of letterforms that depart from mirror images relationships between letter pairs, especially 'b-d' and 'p-q', and within individual letters, such as 'T' in some typefaces.
(A) - position of the body that involves twisting at the legs, torso, or shoulders. When twisting is involved, measure angle that object is displaced from the front of the worker's body.
A term used to describe disproportion of two normally like parts.
Keywords:  accrual, avoided, bond, cost
Avoided cost accrual bond