Centre

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a low-lying region in central France

a place where some particular activity is concentrated

the sweet central portion of a piece of candy that is enclosed in chocolate or some other covering

the object upon which interest and attention focuses

move into the center

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This volume also reveals a problematic aspect of the Tel Dan excavation methodology: it is clear from maps of the site that what looks to be a western lower city remains unexcavated, as does the centermost space on the tell.
The density of SSR marker loci was lowest in the distalmost and highest in the centermost regions of the genetic linkage map for LG3 (Tang et al.
Place in 250-degree oven for 20 to 30 minutes, turning every 7 to 8 minutes, rotating pan 180 degrees after the first 10 minutes and stirring centermost croutons to the edges (and vice versa) for even baking.
For the conventionally tilled fields, the centermost pixels in fallow strips were chosen to reduce pixel mixing at the interface of fallow and cropped ground.
It works with a very light touch based on the GlidePoint technology that responds to the centermost point of pressure (capacitive touch).
According to his model, the centermost part of the firm consists of a group of key employees to whom the company offers a long-term commitment and career development plans in return for their versatility and ability to perform different functions and roles within the company's main business activities, that is, for contributing to functional flexibility.
Market analysis shows that Clark County's centermost city has a trade area of 30,000 people and a single-family income of roughly $64,000.
One need only consider for a moment the events surrounding the impeachment and trial of President Clinton, in which ethical, moral, and legal issues were centermost, to appreciate how little the U.