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central

1. 
a. of or relating to the central nervous system
b. of or relating to the centrum of a vertebra
2. (of a force) directed from or towards a point
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The presence of the central artery was helpful to maintain the blood supply of the free segment of nerve.
The Central Artery system is especially important because alternative routes, such as surface streets, cannot accommodate the same high traffic volumes, and there are only two additional sets of tunnels that connect downtown Boston to points outside the city.
Our clients, every year the central artery is blocked because of the traffic congestion, complain to us that they can't and won't endure the inconvenience of coming to Nicosia," the businessmen said.
The Central Artery Tunnel Project was launched to replace the six-lane Central Artery in Boston with an underground road of eight to ten lanes.
Boston's infamous Big Dig construction project, which rerouted the city's central artery, unearthed a trove of archaeological treasures in a 19th-century brothel's outhouse.
Summary: Acting as the blood veins of Dubai public transport's central artery, the feeder bus routes have played a significant role in making Dubai Metro a success story that it is today.
Several subway lines had been closed and major roads including the central artery of Chang'an Avenue, which runs east to west past the Tiananmen Square area where the National Day celebrations will be centered, were closed to traffic and the public.
Second, the study states that while improvements in peripheral vascular structure and function occurred in the high-intensity interval subjects, longer-duration exercise is required for gains in central artery dilation.
The citizens of Massachusetts entrusted Bechtel Parsons Brinckerhoff to act as their eyes and ears on the Central Artery Project," Sullivan said.
At almost $15 billion, Boston's Central Artery project has been held up as the nation's most expensive public works project.
2000) who determined that central artery elasticity was lower in the middle-aged and older men, compared with the young men, but there were no differences in arterial elasticity between sedentary and recreationally active men at any age.

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