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  1. Centers

    In G.I. Gurdjieff's Fourth Way teaching, also known as The Work, centers or brains refer to separate apparatuses within a being that dictate its specific functions. According to this teaching, there are three main centers: intellectual, emotional, and moving. These centers in the human body are analogous to a three-storey factory, the intellectual center being the top storey, the emotional center being the middle one, and the moving center being the bottom storey. The moving center, or the bottom storey is further divided into three separate functions: sex, instinctive, and motor. Gurdjieff classified plants as having one brain, animals two and humans three brains. In Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson, Gurdjieff greatly expanded his idea of humans as "three brained beings". In the book The Fourth Way, Ouspensky refers to the "center of gravity" as being a center which different people primarily operate from.

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  1. centers

    Plural form of the word center.

    All leisure centers across the country work in partnership to share knowledge and funding according to the requirements each quarter.

    Submitted by MaryC on October 1, 2020  

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  2. tenrecs

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Centers in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Centers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Jay Carney:

    We're working closely with our sellers to prioritize the shipment of and delivery of needed supplies, medical supplies, household goods and the like, we're taking that action now in our fulfillment centers to create that prioritization, and we're working directly with our suppliers for Amazon retail, Amazon inventory to do the same. Obviously, there's a great demand for these products and we want to make sure customers get them.

  2. Bishop Reginald Jackson:

    As much as they make an argument about life in the womb, in the midst of this pandemic they're opposed to wearing face masks. They're opposed to the guidelines from the( Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) so therefore, we have had almost 400,000 people that have died, so, you're saying we're more concerned about the life in the womb than we are about the lives outside the womb ?

  3. Sarah Rayne:

    More than 87% of our [South African] patients require chemotherapy. It means that by operating alone you won't cure that person of cancer. Chemotherapy is only available in five or six centers in the whole country.

  4. Whitney Phillips:

    We believe that our health centers throughout the region are both safe and inviting for our patients and our staff who care for them.

  5. Ramesh Tawadkar:

    We will make them (LGBT youth) normal. We will have a center for them. Like Alcoholics Anonymous centers, we will have centers. We will train them and give them medicines too, as in the case of other target groups such as juvenile offenders, drug-afflicted youth, marginalized or migrant youth, geographically disadvantaged youth, a detailed survey would be carried out of the LGBT community so that their problems could be specifically addressed.

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