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adjective as in main, principal; in the middle
Their bid is undermined a bit by the strength of their opponents in the Central, which will be entirely self-contained for the first two rounds of the postseason.
The school will be built on the campus of a university in Fianarantsoa, a city in the south central area of the island nation.
Those companies have been major beneficiaries of Fed policy to keep interest rates low, and rising expectations for economic growth and inflation could force the central bank to reduce some of its support.
The endless rephrasings of his central argument begin to feel like grasps toward a center that — by Kearney’s own devices — will not hold.
Losing conviction is a central theme of “Little Oblivions,” a dozen tracks that are louder and fuller in sound than her previous work, and that she says reflect her restructured priorities.
Offending the other ones has been a central strategy for Paul over the last year.
President Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne Division to force Faubus to admit the students to Central High School.
While the world fixated on Ukraine and Syria, a near-genocide ripped through central Africa, to little international fanfare.
It drains your body of nutrients and vitamins, attacking the central nervous system and leaving you in a dehydrated, hazy state.
At Grand Central Station, demonstrators held a die-in, Gothamist reported.
Most of my observations are in keeping with Skutch's detailed report of the species in Central America.
The main entrance is in the centre of the St. Martin's Lane front, and consists of a central roadway for carts and wagons, 15ft.
It is not quite so level nor so perfectly cultivated as central Belgium, but is generally fertile and promises fairly.
But the central economic doctrine of cost can not be shaken by mere denunciation.
She opened a door at the back of the central hall and found herself in a pillared corridor with a door at either end.
On this page you'll find 103 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to central, such as: basic, essential, fundamental, important, key, and paramount.
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