Definitions

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  • n. The state or quality of being centric; centricalness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The state or quality of being centric; centricalness.

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Examples

  • London-centricity is a little like a neurological disease - it infects all those who work in the media metropolis.

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  • However, that's merely my introduction to the notion of 'centricity'.

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  • And while I never resented the white-centricity within Colorado sports, it broke my heart that successful minority athletes in Colorado were rarely celebrated.

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  • And now we learn that Apple itself is contemplating a move downmarket with cheaper phones and a greater reliance on the cloud, steps that at least open the door to a shift away from app-centricity.

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  • But my marketing professor has taught me that it's about customer centricity and not about me centricity.

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  • Tuition fees have risen dramatically, there is little oversight or cost control in the system (compared to a typical corporation), many professors are reluctant teachers, and in a model that celebrates anarchy (aka academic freedom), the concept of customer-centricity is largely foreign (exceptions include University of Phoenix, and it's peers).

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  • He says that over the last few years TCS has gotten much better at customer centricity.

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  • The mere fact that I no longer need to see Chandra very often should tell you about empowerment and customer centricity, says Morrison.

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  • In fact, even algebra teachers should be frowning because the reasons for a politician's or the Chamber of Commerce's STEM-centricity carry implications for what's taught within a STEM course, how it's taught, and whether K-12 education is conceived as nothing more than an elaborate, extended exercise in vocational preparation.

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  • Horrific Apartheid in South Africa, the advent of culturally aware Hip Hop Music, and the debates around Afro-centricity created an air of racial awareness and a level of political acumen that required students of my era to be familiar with what I call "The Black Literary Canon."

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