radical center

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radical center

[′rad·ə·kəl ′sen·tər]
(mathematics)
For three circles, the point at which the three radical axes of pairs of the circles intersect.
For four spheres, the point at which the six radical planes of pairs of the spheres intersect.
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This progressivism would nurture the best elements of radical centrism, which is likely to constitute a growing force in the new world that we find ourselves in.