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Synonyms for central

Synonyms for central

at, in, near, or being the center

dominant in importance or influence


Synonyms for central

a workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication

serving as an essential component

in or near a center or constituting a center


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She was badly deflated, and dropped among trees, over which her empty central gas-bags spread in canopies and festoons.
Not only was the New York Government a weak one and insufficiently provided with police, but the destruction of the City Hall--and Post-Offide and other central ganglia had hopelessly disorganised the co-operation of part with part.
He was knocked off his feet at once by the Prince, who was rushing headlong from his cabin to the central magazine.
In their turn, again, these rings of cosmical matter, excited by a rotary motion about the central mass, would have been broken up and decomposed into secondary nebulosities, that is to say, into planets.
This greatly facilitates the Indian method of hunting, for they are thus easily driven to a central point, and are encompassed.
The English 'heroic' plays, partly following along these lines, with influence also from Fletcher, lay their scenes in distant countries; their central interest is extravagant romantic love; the action is more that of epic adventure than of tragedy; and incidents, situations, characters, sentiments, and style, though not without power, are exaggerated or overstrained to an absurd degree.
A detective saw you on the Rubberneck up at Central Park and
Since that time, I have been wandering in Central Asia.
In the central figure of the three I recognised the man to whom I had spoken in England, when the Indians appeared on the terrace at Lady Verinder's house.
Synopsis The report provides in-depth industry analysis, information and insights of the insurance industry in Central African Republic, including: -- The Central African Republic insurance industry's growth prospects by insurance segments and categories -- The competitive landscape in the Central African Republic insurance industry -- The current trends and drivers of the Central African Republic insurance industry -- Challenges facing the Central African Republic insurance industry -- The detailed regulatory framework of the Central African Republic insurance industry
Though awaiting approval from local and state officials, university officials want to add dozens of classes to the flourishing Central American minor program that debuted in 2000.
The most elegant buildings on Central Park West have limestone," said Michael Jones, an associate and project architect for 15 Central Park West at Robert A.
Do we have an improved assessment of the capabilities of central banks and their non-interest rate policy instruments?
According to Sarah Dorman, communications specialist, West Central Cooperative, "Our objective was to really build up the image of West Central, to give our member-owners a look at what they have helped to create.
Increased capital flows to Latin America and stronger growth in the US, Europe, and Japan are helping pave the way for progress in Central America, which has more than 3-7 million inhabitants.
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