The house has four rooms and a central chimney.
City planners are looking for a central location for the new hospital.
The evidence was central to the defense's case.
The country's schools are financed by both local and central governments.
The central authority of the company's board is being challenged. Noun
Our family room becomes kid central on weekends.
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The central Mediterranean migration route – which stretches between North Africa and Italy – has accounted for half of irregular border crossings in 2023, according to European Border and Coast Guard Agency, Frontex.—Emma Ogao, ABC News, 22 Nov. 2023 Its falcon logo perches atop several of the high rises in central Abu Dhabi.—Chico Harlan, Washington Post, 21 Nov. 2023 Assistants pose by an artwork titled Love is the Bin by British street artist Banksy during a photocall at Sotheby's auction house in central London on Sept. 3, 2021.—Caitlin O'Kane, CBS News, 21 Nov. 2023 Or perhaps that outcome only further underlines the drama’s central point, about the way the system entraps us all.—Angie Han, The Hollywood Reporter, 21 Nov. 2023 Policy makers and traders are now contending with the reality of repo's fragility after a cyber attack on a non-U.S. bank disrupted the market that played a central role in the demise of Lehman Brothers and the market panic of March 2020.—Eric Wallerstein, WSJ, 21 Nov. 2023 Over the weekend, Israeli forces reportedly detained Abu Toha in central Gaza.—The New Yorker, 20 Nov. 2023 TikTok is playing an increasingly central role in the media diet of Americans and for understanding and discussing current events.—Paolo Confino, Fortune, 17 Nov. 2023 Here’s the central challenge of making a better vaccine.—Maryn McKenna, WIRED, 10 Nov. 2023
But Fyffe, a town of 963 people in DeKalb County, which abuts the Georgia line and Marjorie Taylor Greene’s district, was weird-sighting central.—John Archibald | Jarchibald@al.com, al, 28 July 2023 But some Fed officials have indicated in recent speeches and interviews that they’re not yet convinced that inflation is on a certain path toward the central’s banks 2% target, intensifying the debate over raising rates again or pausing.—Bryan Mena, CNN, 23 May 2023 Utah experienced other small earthquakes that weren't felt, including a 2.9-magnitude one south central in Piute County.—Anthony Robledo, USA TODAY, 21 June 2023 The dream of reviving this historic dance hall wouldn’t have been realized if not for Frank Acevedo, who grew up poor in L.A.'s Rampart district, yearning for a place where low-income youths could find a community resource center, an education annex and a Latino party central — all rolled into one.—Los Angeles Times, 11 Nov. 2022 In 2019, Islamic State central claimed its first attack on behalf of the group, and Baluku appeared in a video reaffirming the previously unpublicized alliance.—Katharine Houreld, Washington Post, 5 June 2023 Before the Prada store opened catty-corner from Fanelli’s in 2001, kicking off the neighborhood’s transformation into a high-end retail destination, SoHo was quieter and grungier, art-gallery central.—Ashley Fetters Maloy, Washington Post, 7 May 2023 First and foremost, there's the human aspect; how will immediate family members like Kendall, Shiv, Roman, Connor, and even Tom react and respond to losing such a central (and, yes, evil) figure in their lives?—Evan Romano, Men's Health, 10 Apr. 2023 Fortune - Startup central.—Paige McGlauflin, Fortune, 6 Oct. 2022 See More
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