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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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After 2 h, the attached cells were supplied with the normal medium through the central channel at a constant rate of 6 [micro]l/min by a syringe pump until 80% confluency was reached.
A central line, somewhat transparent, was distinguishable in only one of them; all the others were completely opaque in all their extent; thus they did not appear to have a central channel in their length.
produced monodisperse ethanol droplets of 2.4 [micro]m and water droplets of 4.5 [micro]m in diameter in ultrasonic atomization using 1.5 and 1.0 MHz MEMS-based silicon nozzles, respectively, each consisting of 3 Fourier horns in resonance (with a central channel), required electrical drive power as low as 0.25 W and supply flow rates as high as 350 [micro]L/min (21mL/h) [43].
The flute had to have a central channel open to the wind.
It is more common for anger to get stuck somewhere along the central channel of the body, where it creates mild to extreme tension--either in the solar plexus, the chest/neck/shoulders, or the head.
The large central channel allows for copious amount of graft material, and the large anterior window allows for augmentation with further graft after insertion and expansion."
She works with the central channel, she says, where certain karmic codes are encoded and they appear in the form of knots.
Presenter Rob Lammert is the North Central Channel Manager for ESET, an Internet security company serving businesses and organizations.
Developer Steve Davies, Conwy Adventure Leisure managing director, said: "We have already started construction of the central channel which will be the base for the wave making machine."
This provided a modicum of mechanical and, hence, positional stability to the flexible antennular flagella within the central channel of the olfactometer.
Everton had a total of 18 shots against the Reds and there was a nice balance to their attacking play, with 38% coming down either flank while 25% came through the central channel ploughed by Lukaku.
Blaze seem unable to contain a threegoal lead, and Panthers struck twice in the final minute of the period with near identical shots from the point, going down the central channel through a barrage of legs and into the net.

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