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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of centre.
- adj. pertaining to the location that is middle-most to
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as centered.
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Vance has designed another weird and whacky society for trouble and strife to happen in, again centred around a young male protagonist.
Discussions on the medium term centred around identifying dry land and shelter.
Another big call centred on the choice of D'Arcy ahead of Wallace (who has the consolation of covering the out-half berth) at first centre.
You have also discussed this important matter as you considered the White Paper and the legislation that gave legal force to our intentions to establish a system of local government that is democratic, people-centred, meaningful and effective.
After the day's activity, the senses no longer afford keen sensations, and as it is the energy of these sensations that keeps the consciousness "centred" in the brain ; this consciousness, when the senses are lulled to sleep, centres in the finer body, which then leaves the physical body with a slight shock.
In preparing such bolts, as they come from the forge, in order to undergo the process of turning, they have to be "centred;" that is, each end has to receive a hollow conical indent, which must agree with the axis of the bolt.
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The mental body, after exhausting the forces that make it up, also dies, and the soul is "centred" in the only vehicle it has left, the causal body, a body that is immortal, one may say, up to a certain point, since the soul retains it until the time comes when it can function in a still higher and more lasting vehicle,  and this happens only after millions of years. [
They can be rapidly vitalised by the will.] [Footnote 247: When the soul is "centred" in it.] [Footnote 248: The vibrations, whether registered as they pass or not registered, continue their course through the substance of the
Sir Michael added: "I have this phobia about this one word which I see more often than not, and that is the word 'centred'.
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