centrally centrally  /ˈsɛn trə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in or near or toward a center or according to a central role or function

Usage(s):

  1. The centrally controlled party organization had splintered into a loose group of ward committees that operated like autonomous fiefs.
  2. Indeed, rather than centrally control the flow of information, USAService.
  3. Mitterrand's nationalization program and other economic reforms failed, as the development of the European Market made a centrally planned economy obsolete.

News

  1. Cape Cod getaway

    It’s summer, and as New Englanders it is our birthright to play mini-golf, stuff ourselves with golden fried clams and watch fireworks light up the sky over the Cape Cod shore. Why not set up a headquarters that puts everything from Sandwich to Province­town within easy reach? Yarmouth, an ideal, centrally located spot off the Mid-Cape Highway, could be the perfect home base. The heart of Cape ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Boston Herald

  2. Goldman's FOMC Expectations

    With 45 minutes left to go, only one thing matters: what does Goldman think (the other issue of whether Jan Hatzius shared a meal with Bill Dudley at the Pound and Pence will remain unknown until the next batch of Dudley daily "minutes" are released in a few months). So for all those scrambling for an edge in a centrally-planned world, here it is, via Goldman's Francesco Garzarelli : "Turning to ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge

Quotes

  1. "Like all centrally contracted players, Michael will be given a clear programme over the next six months which will include training and match practice over the winter period," Miller added. "With a busy period of international cricket on the...
    on Sep 27, 2008 By: Geoff Miller Source: Telegraph.co.uk

  2. "Carter figures centrally in the way I wanted to end the series, which I'd planned six or seven years ago," Wells says.
    on May 12, 2008 By: John Wells Source: Washington Post

  3. "I think the soreness is getting a little more centrally isolated, which is good," said Red Sox manager Terry Francona. "He's still having a little trouble rotating. I think he is doing better. As much as we love having him out there, it's...
    on Apr 14, 2010 By: Terry Francona Source: MLB.com

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