from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- suffix Having a specified kind or number of centers: polycentric.
- suffix Having a specified object as the center: geocentric.
- suffix Focused on or viewed in terms of a specified area, subject, or culture: anthropocentric; Afrocentric.
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- suffix having a specified number of centres
- suffix having a specified object at the centre, or as the focus of attention
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Ed Helms aka "The Nard Dog", in my "Office"-centric estimation, was already a star.
It's about groups of pundits, politicians and "American"-centric groups redefining the teachings of Jesus to suit their economic, social or political agenda.
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