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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A plural of centrum.

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  • n. Plural form of centrum.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of centrum.

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Examples

  • La película se centra alrededor de un grupo de estudiante que se embarcan en un intercambio estudiantil por un semestre a Razvan en Transylvania.

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  • Although yield spreads between peripheral euro-zone government bonds and safe-haven German bunds have tightened due to secondary market buying by European centra

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  • And crucially, both films are dragged into that special sublime level above 99% of films made every year not only by the centra peformances, but by an artesan attention to detail that is bewilderingly good and utterly compelling.

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  • Miss California's church says pedophilia is centra...

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  • You either have devolution with all its potential anomolies or a completely centra;sied system.

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  • La película se centra en este encuentro y en la relación entre ambos personajes, en la manera simple y hasta ingenua que tienen para comunicarse y expresar sus sentimientos.

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  • ‘Polypterus’, and presenting numerous important resemblances to the existing genus, which possesses biconcave vertebrae, are, for the most part, wholly devoid of ossified vertebral centra.

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  • Again, the more ancient Crocodilia and Lacertilia have vertebrae with the articular facets of their centra flattened or biconcave, while the modern members of the same group have them procoelous.

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  • Hermann von Meyer, again, to whose luminous researches we are indebted for our present large knowledge of the organization of the older Labyrinthodonts, has proved that the Carboniferous ‘Archegosaurus’ had very imperfectly developed vertebral centra, while the Triassic

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  • Crocodilia, is represented, at the early part of the Mesozoic epoch, by species identical in the essential characters of their organization with those now living, and differing from the latter only in such matters as the form of the articular facets of the vertebral centra, in the extent to which the nasal passages are separated from the cavity of the mouth by bone, and in the proportions of the limbs.

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