Center is an american english word which refers to a central area or a place where a specified activity is concentrated or specified facilities, information, etc are available.

Ref: 84605/2006-08-20

This US-american term is the same as "centre" in UK-English.

- 84800/2006-09-10

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
center demolition (center demolition refers to the tearing-down of ...)
center/centre signage (center signage refers to all informational and ...)
computer center (US); computer centre (UK)

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