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centric

[′sen·trik]
(anatomy)
Having all teeth of both jaws meet normally with perfect distribution of forces in the dental arch.
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Accounting separation between the pipeline business and the other parts of British Gas was introduced, and the company itself eventually chose, in 1997, to split itself into two separate legal entities, BG plc and Centrical However, from a regulatory perspective, the way the company was split was not ideal: the pipeline business was bundled together with most of the upstream exploration and production business (BG plc), while the downstream supply business was bundled together with the servicing company and the large Morecambe gas field (Centrica).