primary center


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primary center

[′prī‚mer·ē ′sen·tər]
(communications)
A telephone office having lower rank than a sectional center and higher rank than a toll center; connects toll centers and may also serve as a toll center for nearby end offices.
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For many of these students, it's their first theater experience ever," said Celia Mata an intervention support coordinator at Olympic Primary Center.
1 -- color) Jacqueline Gonzalez, 5, cries while hanging on to her father, Jose Gonzalez, during her first day in kindergarten class at Sara Coughlin Primary Center in Pacoima.
Construction will also start this week on an expansion at Maclay Primary Center in Pacoima.
The Wooden Shoe Nursery and the Glenoaks Primary Center - United Methodist Church private schools - meet on the property.
This new facility, with construction expected to be completed by the end of 2005, will become the primary center for servicing the growing regional banking business that's handled by the Enterprise Network Services subsidiary of ERF Wireless.
The war/sword god Camulos' primary center of Celtic worship was with the Remi, a Belgic tribe.
One new elementary school opened last July in Van Nuys, and three other campuses, along with a primary center, are under construction in the Valley.
The Stennis Space Center is NASA's primary center for Rocket Propulsion Testing and home to NASA's Applied Sciences Directorate.
Mike Coats brings a perfect blend of experience to his new role as the head of the nation's primary center for human spaceflight development and operations," said NASA Administrator Michael Griffin.
It's a great program that's done so much to help the needy families in Pacoima,'' said Vera Perez of Maclay Primary Center in Pacoima.
Orbital's facility in Chandler is the company's primary center for the design, engineering, testing and light manufacturing of a wide variety of suborbital rockets primarily used to test missile defense systems and for space launch vehicles that are used to place small- to medium-class satellites into low-altitude orbits.