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.
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centerpiece

An ornament placed in the middle of something, as a decoration in the center of the ceiling.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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GMA artist and figure skating champion Ashley hosted the event and led the lighting of the centerpiece.
After the festivities, the entire edible arrangement can be donated to a local food pantry, turning a table centerpiece into nutritious food for the less fortunate in the community.
Caption: The refinery building will be a centerpiece of the redevelopment
Many users equated the centerpiece to be either "hideous," "garbage" or "the ugliest setup."  Several echoed (https://twitter.com/doodlemancy/status/931700005332594688) one user's comments that claimed Trump doesn't "have any...taste," despite having the ability to afford "the finer things."
The flowers were wired onto forty 3-foot tomato cages for the centerpieces and the 8-foot sculpture was wired onto a 6-foot tomato cage.
[USPRwire, Sat Dec 10 2016] For wedding planners who would like an exotic feel to their table's centerpieces or homeowners with a deep sense of style, Candelabra Centerpieces may have just the solution shoppers are looking for.
A huge Christmas tree and Christmas box completes the setup and gives the magical feel to the lighted centerpiece.
You can use the centerpiece as a way to promote a seasonal project customers can create.
She wanted the cake to be just the centerpiece and to be eaten on the night of the graduation, the following Sunday.
The fourth theme, CyOasis in the DesertCO, will display a cake in the form of a castle as the centerpiece with fruit carvings of desert elements.
The Dyna-Sonic snare drum, the company's centerpiece, is prized by collectors and players.
Eco-Artware.com's environmentally friendly gifts include indoor/outdoor transit chairs each made from 19 pounds of retired aluminum traffic signs; New York City taxi medallion clocks made out of 10,000 expired metal taxicab medallions donated by the New York City government; circuit board business card cases made from manufacturers' rejects; record label coasters and bowls--one of the site's best sellers--made from original, unplayable vinyl LPs supplied mostly by record stores; and glass centerpiece bowls made from broken windows destined for the landfill.