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  • n. Alternative spelling of center stage.

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  • n. a position of prominence or importance
  • n. the central area on a theater stage


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  • The one person who enjoyed preferment as a result - Elspeth Doyle - had it suddenly foisted upon her, and the woman consequently seemed far from comfortable in the limelight, thus vividly explaining why she'd never been placed centre stage before.

    Boiling a Frog


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