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Last night’s Loeb Awards were one more reminder of the centrality of health in our lives, in business, and in the economy at large.
But the centrality of digital technology to the American economy and its future makes the net neutrality debate especially significant:
The Maccabiah Games is the world's largest Jewish athletic competition in the tradition of the Maccabees — emphasizing the centrality of the State of Israel in the life of the Jewish people.
But just as many Christians reject the centrality of the Vatican, so many Muslims (not just Shiites) would have trouble accepting Saudi Arabia leadership.
As for our overriding interest in the centrality of...
The last decade has been a hostile time for rock bands, which have lost their centrality to rappers, country stars, D.J.s, internet sensations and more.
Our failure to reckon with this past and the centrality of race within it has led us to broadly mistake the clichés of history for novelties of current events.
Eitan Klein, deputy director of the authority’s Antiquities Robbery Prevention Unit, said the document provided evidence of an organized administration in the Kingdom of Judah and of the centrality of Jerusalem as the kingdom’s economic capital.
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