Some articles on center:
... Austin Peay Governors Stadium 10,000 Dunn Center 9,000 Raymond C ... Hand Park 1,000 Belmont Non-football school Curb Event Center 5,085 E ... John "Sonny" Allen Field 1,200 Murray State Roy Stewart Stadium 16,800 CFSB Center 8,825 Johnny Reagan Field Southeast Missouri State Houck Stadium 11,01 ...
... Olympia is a regional center for fine arts ... performs five regular season concerts at The Washington Center and two pop concerts ... The Washington Center for the Performing Arts also presents visual art exhibitions throughout the season in the spacious lobby areas ...
... Likewise, the Center for Secure Information Systems is designated as a Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) as well as a Center of Academic Excellence in Research (CAE-R) in Information Assurance Education by the ... Mason's Center for History and New Media attracts more than one million visitors to its websites every month ... Mason's Center for Global Education's study abroad program has been rated highly offering dozens of programs ranging from one-week spring break programs to full year programs. ...
... Recreational/Sports/Clubs Faculty Room Library Soccer Field Science Center COOP/Canteen Covered Basketball Court Math Center Computer Labs 2 ... Table Tennis Room English Center ...
... town features a hospital, primary and secondary school, university, sports center with a swimming pool, library, culture center, cinema, bus transport, hotels, a bank ... The village features facilities such as a school, library, sports center, community center, swimming pool, farm and greenhouse ...
More definitions of "center":
- (noun): The position of the player on the line of scrimmage who puts the ball in play.
Example: "It is a center's responsibility to get the football to the quarterback"
- (noun): The sweet central portion of a piece of candy that is enclosed in chocolate or some other covering.
- (noun): A place where some particular activity is concentrated.
- (noun): (football) the person who plays center on the line of scrimmage and snaps the ball to the quarterback.
Example: "The center fumbled the handoff"
- (noun): (basketball) the person who plays center on a basketball team.
- (noun): The position on a hockey team of the player who participates in the face off at the beginning of the game.
- (noun): The middle of a military or naval formation.
Example: "They had to reinforce the center"
- (noun): The object upon which interest and attention focuses.
Example: "His stories made him the center of the party"
Synonyms: center of attention
- (verb): Move into the center.
- (noun): A building dedicated to a particular activity.
Example: "They were raising money to build a new center for research"
- (noun): Mercantile establishment consisting of a carefully landscaped complex of shops representing leading merchandisers; usually includes restaurants and a convenient parking area; a modern version of the traditional marketplace.
Synonyms: plaza, mall, shopping mall, shopping center, shopping centre
- (noun): The piece of ground in the outfield directly ahead of the catcher.
Example: "He hit the ball to deep center"
Synonyms: center field
- (noun): (ice hockey) the person who plays center on a hockey team.
- (noun): An area that is approximately central within some larger region.
Example: "It is in the center of town"
Synonyms: centre, middle, heart, eye
- (noun): A cluster of nerve cells governing a specific bodily process.
Example: "In most people the speech center is in the left hemisphere"
Synonyms: centre, nerve center, nerve centre
- (noun): A position on a basketball team of the player who participates in the center jump to start the game.
- (adj): Of or belonging to neither the right nor the left politically or intellectually.
- (noun): Politically moderate persons; centrists.
Famous quotes containing the word center:
“I dont think Americas the center of the world anymore. I think African women will lead the way [in] ... womens liberation ... The African woman, shes got a country, shes got the flag, shes got her own army, got the navy. She doesnt have a racism problem. Shes not afraid that if she speaks up, her man will say goodbye to her.”
—Faith Ringgold (b. 1934)
“I think that New York is not the cultural center of America, but the business and administrative center of American culture.”
—Saul Bellow (b. 1915)
“Actually being married seemed so crowded with unspoken rules and odd secrets and unfathomable responsibilities that it had no more occurred to her to imagine being married herself than it had to imagine driving a motorcycle or having a job. She had, however, thought about being a bride, which had more to do with being the center of attention and looking inexplicably, temporarily beautiful than it did with sharing a double bed with someone with hairy legs and a drawer full of boxer shorts.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)