Definitions for Central
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Central.
central, telephone exchange, exchangeadjective
a workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication
cardinal, central, fundamental, key, primaladjective
serving as an essential component
"a cardinal rule"; "the central cause of the problem"; "an example that was fundamental to the argument"; "computers are fundamental to modern industrial structure"
in or near a center or constituting a center; the inner area
"a central position"
being in the centre
being the most important
having or containing the centre of something
Etymology: From centralis.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Relating to the centre; containing the centre.
Etymology: from centre.
There is now, and was then, a space or cavity in the central parts of it; so large as to give reception to that mighty mass of water. John Woodward, Natural History.
Umbriel, a dusky melancholy sprite,
Down to the central earth, his proper scene,
Repairs. Alexander Pope, Rape of the Lock.
relating to the center; situated in or near the center or middle; containing the center; of or pertaining to the parts near the center; equidistant or equally accessible from certain points
alt. of Centrale
Etymology: [L. centralis, fr. centrum: cf. F. central. See Center.]
Centennial, aka Central Home of The original 362 Deuce Gang -(D.O.C)- and the original 1323 Manitoba Warriors Centennial is an inner-city neighbourhood in Winnipeg, Manitoba bordered by four primary streets: Princess Street to the east, William Avenue to the south, Sherbrook Street to the west and Logan Avenue to the north. Vacant and/or derelict residential and non-residential buildings are visible within the area. The neighbourhood has a younger than average population, with nearly 36% of all residents under the age of 20 years. Cenennial has a very significant Aboriginal population (49.5%), with the majority being of Ojibway descent. Of the remainder of the population, 25.2% are characterized as being visible minorities – primarily Filipino, Chinese and South East Asian. This neighbourhood has the doobiest distinction as having one of the highest unemployment rates in the city. As a result of the limited incomes of residents, the prolification of narcotics are seen as an alternative to starvation and or eviction for many Central residence. The area is still home to the Manitoba Warriors and the Central Gang, who police claim has been active in the area for many years. Although the official name of this neighbourhood is "Centennial", it is referred to as "Central" by local youths. News Women Stabbed in Central Neighbourhood Arrest Made After 2 Dead in Shooting House Shot at in Centennial Neighbourhood Stabbing, Assault Investigated
The Central are a known multi-cultural criminal organization based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Also known as "CTL", the Central Gang was formed in 2002 by former high ranked members of the now defunct Deuce Gang. This gang's membership consist of wayward teens and young adults from an array of different cultural backgrounds including Natives, Metis, Afro Canadians, Caucasians as well as East and South Asians. The Central's roots was implanted when the original Deuce Gang was disbanded after a well known member was shot in Winnipeg's West End in 2001. After the incident, other high ranking members of the Deuce Gang began collaborating with members of another Central gang called the "Central Boys" and joined forces to form the group simply known as Central, named after the area where both gangs originated. Combining the two gangs was in direct defiance of the Indian Posse, who both the Deuce Gang and Central Boys had a long standing feud with. Police and justice sources say that violent hostilities between the Central gang and other criminal organizations such as the Indian Posse, Most Organized Brothers, Native Syndicate and Zig Zag Crew have resulted in violent confrontation over control of turf for the weapon and drug trade. However, members of the Central gang have been linked with the formidable Manitoba Warriors (although the two have feuded in the past before) and are known to be friendly towards the Loyalty Honour Silence gang.
The centre of the table is very beautifully presented.
Submitted by MaryC on March 8, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'Central' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #464
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Rank popularity for the word 'Central' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1048
Rank popularity for the word 'Central' in Adjectives Frequency: #54
The numerical value of Central in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Central in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
I believe we really have finally turned the corner and genomics will become central in drug development efforts.
Evangelical Christianity remains a central and vital force in America precisely because it defines Christians who believe the gospel of Jesus Christ and eagerly affirm the authority of the Bible as the Word of God, this latest Pew report points to the continued strength of evangelicalism and the fact that even more Americans define themselves as evangelicals.
No matter what the Dalai Lama says or does, the central government's recognized rights toward reincarnation cannot be denied.
The BOJ might have tried to do something by opting for negative rates, but in reality the initiative belongs elsewhere. Dollar/yen is dictated by global risk sentiment, which also decides the trend in the currency market as a whole, the BOJ can only do so much. The markets see through the fact that the central bank's efforts would not be effective in the absence of domestic demand, which is up to the government to create through its policies.
While I don't think Central Intelligence Agency likely, if the cartel were to somehow target those involved in setting up and conducting the interview, Del Castillo is certainly more at risk than Penn, given that she spends more time in Mexico than Penn, has family there, business associates there, but, as with Penn, I doubt the cartel would blame Castillo given that it was reportedly Guzman who reached out to her to start the ball rolling on looking to produce Del Castillo life story.
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- централен, главенBulgarian
- centralCatalan, Valencian
- ústřední, centrálníCzech
- mittig, zentralGerman
- centrale, centralFrench
- fondamentale, centraleItalian
- централен, главен, средишенMacedonian
- sentral, pusatMalay
- منځنیPashto, Pushto
- orta, merkeziTurkish
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