Instead, he engages a series of questions that nobody is debating: * Should we have a free market or a centrally planned economy?
Swift quickly realized that Massachusetts was centrally involved.
They don't slap height limits on attractive, centrally located neighborhoods.
Israel was centrally located so that she had an unusual opportunity to influence the known world.
They call these centrally located banks their correspondents.
"Here is a vacant desk," said Mr. Crabb, pointing out one centrally situated.
The eye was centrally located in the forehead, on a line with the nose.
Sensations are said to be 'peripherally initiated', while emotions are centrally initiated.
The house is centrally heated with radiant heat from the floor.
Two or three (and not more) centrally located points for penetration with the cautery are sufficient.
1640s, from French central or directly from Latin centralis "pertaining to a center," from centrum (see center (n.)). Centrally is attested perhaps as early as early 15c., which might imply a usage of central earlier than the attested date.
Slightly older is centric (1580s). As a U.S. colloquial noun for "central telephone exchange," first recorded 1889 (hence, "Hello, Central?"). Central processing unit attested from 1961. Central America is attested from 1826.
The most important site of what is indicated: Israel claims U.S. is Terror Central/ quickly turned the Odessa into Mob Central/ This is a small town, but if it's cocaine central then it's a pretty tough town (1990s+)