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nerve centre

a group of nerve cells associated with a specific function
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Nerve Centre, 8pm, PS6 plus booking fee www.nervecentre.org
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."
The 128-year-old Grade II-listed building was the nerve centre of the South Wales coal industry and is considered to be one of the most historically important commercial buildings in Wales.
The NOC is the new nerve centre for the region's highest capacity and most geographically comprehensive cable network, connecting all the nations of the Gulf to the data centres of Europe and Asia.
The NOC is the "nerve centre" for the region's "highest capacity and most geographically comprehensive" cable network, connecting all the nations of the Gulf onwards to the data centres of Europe and Asia.
Nerve Centre, who got the idea after seeing calendars of the 11C bus route on the Internet, boarded the 11A bus at Reservoir Road in Stockland Green and played for almost two hours accompanied by PCSOs.
Aamir Ibrahim has said, "Multan has consistently been an important nerve centre for the Southern Punjab region.
Washington, August 31(ANI): The "nerve centre" of Al-Qaeda lies in Pakistan, even though the recent killings of Osama bin Laden and Atiyah abd al-Rahman in the country has dealt a severe blow to the global terrorist organisation, the Pentagon has said.
EVENTS Nerve Centre arts, culture and discussion, former Rapid Building, until September 11.
Government forces have already taken another key town, Sararogha, and are expected to launch an attack soon on Makeen, the "nerve centre" of the Pakistani Taliban.