Centerpiece


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Centerpiece

An ornament placed in the middle of an area, such as a decoration in the center of a ceiling.

centerpiece

An ornament placed in the middle of something, as a decoration in the center of the ceiling.
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Making a fresh evergreen centerpiece is a fun holiday project.
What if you could spend less for the centerpiece and help your neighbors in need simultaneously?
Someone took a plastic fork and stabbed the centerpiece cake when no one was looking.
For dessert, let guests help themselves to fruits in centerpiece.
A centerpiece will be the Eighth Company Law Directive that will clarify the duties of statutory auditors, their independence and ethics, and introduce the full responsibility of the group auditor for the audit of consolidated accounts of groups of companies.
The humiliated but still immature Merrick then hounds the new widow (Wyman) into a car wreck that blinds her and finally decides to make amends by dedicating his life to medicine and philanthropy, making Wyman's recovery the centerpiece of his atonement.
Even so, the establishment remained the centerpiece of repeated attempts on the part of Mexico's political classes--of every stripe--to reform the poor, although each cycle of reform incorporated more of the grass roots changes.
A Marine Optical Buoy (MOBY) off the coast of Lanai in the Hawaiian Islands is the centerpiece of the primary ocean measurement site for calibrating satellite-born ocean color sensors.
its place as the centerpiece of the first large-scale U.
The show's centerpiece is a textual self-portrait stenciled around the upper walls of the Serpentine's Great Dome, where a go-go dancer in a silver bikini will perform on a platform.
The Organdi Collection consists of barware, stemware, vases, footed bowls and a centerpiece.
The centerpiece of Jephte is a stunning duet that explores many facets of the archetypal father-daughter relationship--tenderness, mutual dependency, adoration, and eroticism.