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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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The centrepiece that looks particularly good with this is a bowl of pot pourri with cinnamon and clove scents, with scented fat red candles placed in amongst the leaves.
The Centrepiece exhibitions run until December 23 at Symphony Hall and Town Hall daily from 10.
Centrepiece opens on December 1 and runs until January 2, 2002.
The centrepiece which looks particularly good with this is a bowl of pot-pourri with cinnamon and clove scents, with fat red candles placed in amongst the leaves.
The new National Stadium was also meant to have been the centrepiece of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
It will eventually be the centrepiece of the new International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC).
Centrepieces in the exhibition are the giant swords crafted by Chechen-born Syrian artist Emad Ghalghay.
Hunt & Roskell wanted the centrepiece - representing commerce on top of the world - to illustrate the progress of the art of navigation from earliest times to the present day.
Gem of an idea BIRMINGHAM jewellery co-operative Centrepiece has opened an online store.
Replace favours with a centrepiece that can be given as a gift to guests at the end of the evening.
Centrepiece Jewellery will be setting up the display in Birmingham city centre running from November 19 to December 23.
SCULPTOR Antony Gormley's famous work, Field for the British Isles, has gone on display as the centrepiece at a contemporary art exhibition.