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centrifugal

sen trif yi guhl

  • a  tending to move away from a center
    centrifugal force
  • s  tending away from centralization, as of authority
    the division of Europe into warring blocs produces ever-increasing centrifugal stress
  • s  conveying information to the muscles from the CNS

  • Some argue the world has entered a long boom, a kind of economic speed loop, where the centrifugal force spins off nothing but wealth and happiness.
  • In India, the creation of a Bengali state next door to its own impoverished West Bengal state could very well strengthen the centrifugal forces that have tugged at the country .
  • But jihadism is an especially centrifugal force, flinging adherents across borders until what we still notionally call al-Qaeda exists everywhere and nowhere, more an impulse than .
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  • Goodluck Jonathan in Daily Sun
    In his charge after administering the oaths of office and allegiance on the ministers, Jonathan said "no longer must we tolerate the triumph of centrifugal forces whose main agenda is to distract and defeat the march of our people to the summit of...
  • Yossi Beilin in Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    Beilin told a German audience last year that he "advocates increased sanctions towards Iran in order to stop centrifugal uranium programs."
  • Pervez Musharraf in Associated Press of Pakistan
    RAWALPINDI, Jan 10 (APP): President General Pervez Musharraf Wednesday warned of a sectarian catastrophe in the Muslim world, unless it controls the "societal, centrifugal and divisive forces from within."

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