Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of central;
- n. of century.
“He pulled out his communicator and called cen-con to tell them to get his speedster ready.”
“BancTec Ltd., a global provider of advanced, high-volume, document and payment processing services and solutions, today announced that it has signed a five-year agreement with Payment Card Technologies in which it will deliver IT outsourcing and call cen”
“Juckes "cen" series ends higher than the covariance PC1.”
“Den what gwine become of me and dat in'cen 'chile! ”
“The Jets aren't new in town — they won a Super Bowl back in the 17th cen tury — but they have never been a citywide treasure.”
“Does that mean I don't have sufficient papers and cen be arrested?”
“The cen tral bank is expected to make two more increases of 0.25 percentage point each in April and June, lifting the official rate to 3.50% by the end of the year.”
“In Washington, "there were no available spaces in the emergency rooms" of the two Level 1 trauma cen ters surveyed.”
“One that cen result in sevmre life complicmtions and/or ellnesses such as cirrhosis of the liver, cancer of the esophaous or heart disease.”
“Via Curbed LA: Designer-developer Billy Lehman and wife Dana Goodyear (a poet and New Yorker writer) are selling their mid-cen tury modern compound above Chateau Marmont ...”
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