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central station

noun as in base of operation

noun as in headquarters

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At Grand Central Station, demonstrators held a die-in, Gothamist reported.

I saw this performance designed by Nick Cave, the Chicago artist, in Grand Central Station today.

It was preceded by Grand Central Depot (1871) and Grand Central Station (1900), both of which were demolished.

Mary Chapin Carpenter wrote the song “Grand Central Station” after 9/11.

Now imagine putting that environment into Grand Central Station.

He said he had sat the whole day at the Central Station watching passengers giving bribe to procure their tickets.

Alfonso jumped into a coupé, having ordered a carriage to follow him to the Grand Central Station.

This might have been the one used in boring the hole between the slot-booths at Grand Central Station.

The cables from the mines are led to a central station on the bluffs back of Fort Point.

The nerves run to every battery and central station, making it but the work of a minute to transmit orders to any point.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to central station, such as: base, base station, central administration, central office, headquarters, and main office.

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