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nerve centre

a group of nerve cells associated with a specific function
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The above-mentioned preparations, planning and resources placement as well as the selflessness of the Eskom men and women manning the various nerve centre sites across the country ensured that the IEC Local Government operations ran without a hitch.
The management suite at Gogarburn was seen as the nerve centre of his operation during his time at the bank.
The Nerve Centre in the past received some grant support but they are not currently in receipt of any funding from the council of this kind.
Nerve Centre, formed in October 2007, are made up of Ronan on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, James Foster on lead guitar and backing vocals, Jon Kelway on drums and Arjun Patel on bass.
The brain behind the Nerve Centre is Darren Guy, who is hoping the month will inspire hundreds of Liverpudlians in their creativity.
Their mini-tour include a visit to Morrison's in Belfast on April 26 and the Nerve Centre in Derry City on Saturday, April 28 .
Specialist Computer Holdings has become the nerve centre of a huge Europe-wide business empire following a pounds 115 million takeover.
CHECK out Genetic, the second Energy Fields CD from Derry's Nerve Centre.
Check out the Nerve Centre website (listed below) for full details on the event.
Construction of a New Centralized train control (CTC) for Gauteng, to be known as the Gauteng Nerve Centre (GNC) at a site near Kaalfontein.
We'd been invited to assess the cakes, breads, buns and biscuits produced by amateur bakers from the Nerve Centre charity in Greenhead Road for an awareness and fundraising event.
NERVE CENTRE Base in Finland, above, and burning wires, left