nerve centre


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nerve centre

a group of nerve cells associated with a specific function
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New Gauteng Nerve Centre for centralized rail traffic management.
The management suite at Gogarburn was seen as the nerve centre of his operation during his time at the bank.
PS12 tickets are on sale now, available at The Nerve Centre Box Office and WEGOTTICKETs.
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.
IF you are down North West way, you may also be happy to know that Deep Fried Funk has commandeered the Nerve Centre for a massive bank holiday party tomorrow night.
35 billion, employing more than 4,000 personnel from 50 offices in seven major European countries and with its international nerve centre at SCH's offices in Warwick Road, Birmingham.
The enhanced CD and accompanying videos were all produced for the bands by the Nerve Centre.
T It turned out to be the work of Jo Dedrick, the wife of Nerve Centre member Simon, who just happens to run a cookery group for the charity and was the winner of the bread section.
Cowley's unique residency has been a partnership between PRS for Music Foundation, UK City of Culture 2013 and the Nerve Centre, Derry-Londonderry's music hub, where the residency has been based.
NERVE CENTRE Base in Finland, above, and burning wires, left