Central is an adjective usually referring to being in the center. Central may also refer to:
Other articles related to "central":
... plateau, some parts of the Middle East and Central Asia ... The Northern Areas and Azad Kashmir lie mainly in Central Asia along the edge of the Indian plate and hence are prone to violent earthquakes where the two tectonic plates collide ... the Khyber Pass and Bolan Pass that have served as traditional migration routes between Central Eurasia and South Asia ...
... Central Committee was the common designation of a standing administrative body of communist parties, analogous to a board of directors, whether ruling or non-ru ... In those states where it constituted the state power, the Central Committee made decisions for the party between congresses, and usually was responsible for ... In non-ruling Communist parties, the Central Committee is usually understood by the party membership to be the ultimate decision-making authority between Congresses once the process of democratic ...
... cultural and linguistic ties with the predominantly Turkic nations of Central Asia since Turks originated in Central Asia themselves ... elimination of visa requirements for citizens of the Central Asian Turkic republics ... Organization (ECO) has formed an alliance of trade between Turkey and the Central Asian states ...
92.5 ABC Central Coast is an ABC Local Radio station based at Erina in Gosford and broadcasting to the Central Coast region in New South Wales ...
... sometimes 3, mountain ranges that are found in northwestern central Luzon ... further divided into 2 ranges, the Cordillera Norte and Cordillera Central ... They line the central portions of the Cordillera Administrative Region ...
Famous quotes containing the word central:
“But when the self speaks to the self, who is speaking?the entombed soul, the spirit driven in, in, in to the central catacomb; the self that took the veil and left the worlda coward perhaps, yet somehow beautiful, as it flits with its lantern restlessly up and down the dark corridors.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)
“The Federal Constitution has stood the test of more than a hundred years in supplying the powers that have been needed to make the Central Government as strong as it ought to be, and with this movement toward uniform legislation and agreements between the States I do not see why the Constitution may not serve our people always.”
—William Howard Taft (18571930)
Are the meditations of a central mind.
I hear the motions of the spirit and the sound
Of what is secret becomes, for me, a voice
That is my own voice speaking in my ear.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)