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Another is not discouraging the driver to steer when lane centering is active, as many cars will disengage its partially automated systems should too much torque be applied to the steering wheel by the driver.

This is when both lane centering and adaptive cruise control are activated at the same time.

The second half is a documentary centering on Roxbury Farms in upstate New York, where a team of farmers raise food and live off the land.

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In fact, the scene was a rather optimistic one, centering on pride that Lonegan had outperformed initial expectations.

It was my lodestone, my centering point, my story as a journalist covering Germany and the East Bloc.

Principally to ensure military dominance, the conquerors made many main roads, mostly centering in London.

So far as he could learn, the animal seemed to be centering its attention on the caravan that had halted.

With action his shyness vanished and centering his attention on the square case in his hand a cry of pleasure escaped him.

Sponging is another important branch of industry centering here—the entire coast being composed of reefs and keys.

It is the business of the railways centering in Chicago to send the products from Chicago in every direction.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to centering, such as: absorption, combination, consolidation, application, assembly, and centralization.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.