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  • n. Plural form of centerpiece.


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  • Other centerpieces were as imaginative as you can get: ferns and rocks with moss in a box, or sea shells in a bowl of sand.

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  • And I think it's fair to say an architecture was put in place to further that progress, and one of the centerpieces -- not the only, but one of the centerpieces was the Free Trade Area of the Americas by the year

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  • Even though both teams are blessed with playmakers galore, the centerpieces will be the bombastic coach and the controversial quarterback.

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  • Svenja takes a lot of pride and really has fun with her work, and she asked us if it would be okay if all of our centerpieces were a little different.

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  • The centerpieces were a group project-my mom, sister, Jeff and I worked on them the day before.

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  • My favorite part of the centerpieces was the fabric.

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  • The centerpieces are a toss-up right now between the flowers in row 1, pic 2, or something similar, but with different flowers … or, a mix of both ideas.


  • Nick Reilly, head of GM's Asia-Pacific operations, said China is one of the "centerpieces" for the Detroit auto maker's future.

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  • So, I do a fair amount of menu planning ahead of time -- and one certainly has to when one of the centerpieces of the meal will require 12-14 hours to cook.

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  • We found tin water throughs at a local craft store that we are using as centerpieces.

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