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Along the way, people have not exactly been receptive to these blows to our home planet’s centrality.

Recently, a controversy over “critical race theory” has ignited public debate about the centrality of race to American history.

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The centrality of emotion in the life of the mind and what lies behind emotion is what Freud called “drive.”

Using BERT representations, DeepCT assigns an importance score to words based on their centrality and importance to the topic given their context in a passage.

They also used payroll, revenue, and employment data from US Census Bureau to rate the centrality of different industries to the economy, as well as a survey of 1,099 people to gauge public preferences.

Due to its centrality, the Salt Lake field plays an outsized role in terms of strange petroleum events in the city.

How important is that sense of cultural centrality to you—the idea of being where the conversation is?

Beyond this, we fail to see the centrality of economic growth in Democratic messaging.

From time to time, we hear denials of the centrality of slavery to the Civil War.

Both of these leaders have repeatedly emphasized the centrality of “Jewish values.”

She did but inevitably represent what the whole world around her asserted: the life-centrality of woman.

It was something quite different from happiness: an alert enjoyment of rest, an intense and satisfying sense of centrality.

The organic centrality of the whole body is of first importance.

Design experiences submit the centrality of the writer to reassessment.

Like the human body itself, social life must become as complex as it can without losing its centrality.


On this page you'll find 119 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to centrality, such as: heart, hub, place, axis, bull's-eye, and centriole.

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