She said he reviewed the ethical guidelines after the center asked about the case and is “very comfortable” with his conduct.
Polonium is also at the center of a major plot line currently playing out on the daytime soap opera General Hospital.
Now, the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics have put Vladimir Putin at the center of the global stage.
But there are also those to whom this act becomes not a transition for sex, but the center of activity.
About 750 people work out of the center, which is unmarked and barely noticeable in the summer haze.
In its ends are slots, and in its center is a hole so that the ¼ in.
There was a thud as his fist hit the rickety, squeaking table in the center of the room.
This center in the great sphere of the universe is the earth.
The joint of the 20-foot pieces should be directly in the center of the 10-foot piece.
On the rim of the marble basin in the center of this hall some red stains were seen.
late 14c., "middle point of a circle; point round which something revolves," from Old French centre (14c.), from Latin centrum "center," originally fixed point of the two points of a drafting compass, from Greek kentron "sharp point, goad, sting of a wasp," from kentein "stitch," from PIE root *kent- "to prick" (cf. Breton kentr "a spur," Welsh cethr "nail," Old High German hantag "sharp, pointed").
Figuratively from 1680s. Meaning "the middle of anything" attested from 1590s. Spelling with -re popularized in Britain by Johnson's dictionary (following Bailey's), though -er is older and was used by Shakespeare, Milton, and Pope. Center of gravity is recorded from 1650s. Center of attention is from 1868.
1590s, "to concentrate at a center," from center (n.). Related: Centered; centering. Meaning "to rest as at a center" is from 1620s. Sports sense of "to hit toward the center" is from 1890. To be centered on is from 1713. In combinations, -centered is attested by 1958.
center cen·ter (sěn'tər)
A point or place in the body that is equally distant from its sides or outer boundaries; the middle.
A group of neurons in the central nervous system that control a particular function.