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sen truh lee

  • r  in or near or toward a center or according to a central role or function
    The theater is centrally located

  • The centrally controlled party organization had splintered into a loose group of ward committees that operated like autonomous fiefs.
  • But San Francisco's shock was more centrally focused last week from the moment when a tearful Dianne Feinstein, president of the board of supervisors, stepped outside her city .
  • Indeed, rather than centrally control the flow of information, USAService.
News & Articles

  • 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 ...
    June 20, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • 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 ...
    June 19, 2013 - Zero Hedge
Quotes

  • Geoff Miller in Telegraph.co.uk
    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...
  • John Wells in Washington Post
    Carter figures centrally in the way I wanted to end the series, which I'd planned six or seven years ago,Wells says.
  • Terry Francona in MLB.com
    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...

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