- n the central or most important feature
education was the centerpiece of the Democratic Party's political platform
- n something placed at the center of something else (as on a table)
- There is an air of anticipationand it's not for the party's black, 250-kmh centerpiece.
- The Main House The centerpiece of the property is a 13,000 sq.
- Plaintiffs have made the decision the centerpiece of attempts to defeat state bans on the sale of sex toys in Alabama, polygamy in Utah and adoptions by gay couples in Florida.
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- Unveiling of DeMille artifacts draws crowd
The Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Center was packed with people last Friday night for the unveiling of a new centerpiece for the display about a 1923 epic filmed in the sands not far away.
June 21, 2013 - The Adobe Press
- Architect Bernard Maybeck celebrated with tours, events
The centerpiece for the Maybeck Legacy Celebration Weekend June 28-30 in Berkeley, Oakland and San Francisco is the Bay Area premiere of Paul Bockhorst's documentary film 'Pursuing Beauty: The Architecture of Bernard Maybeck,' screening June 28 in the Maybeck-designed building where Berkeley's Town and Gown Club met.
June 20, 2013 - Inside Bay Area
- 2013 Milwaukee Film Festival announces "Earth" as fall centerpiece
This year's Milwaukee Film Festival is still several months away, but the buzz has already begun. This morning, Milwaukee Film - in collaboration with Alverno Presents - announced the centerpiece film of this year's festival, a screening of a rare 35mm print of Soviet writer-director Aleksandr Dovzhenko's 1930 silent film "Earth."
June 19, 2013 - OnMilwaukee.com
- Daryl Morey in NBA.com
He's the centerpiece of the Rockets, the foundation of our franchise,Morey said. "We're looking forward to great things from him next season."
- Dick Durbin in FOXNews
Many others were discussed but my impression was that those three a few weeks ago were really the centerpiece _ Kaine, Bayh and Biden,Durbin said.