centerpiece

[sen-ter-pees]
noun
1.
an ornamental object used in a central position, especially on the center of a dining-room table.
2.
the central or outstanding point or feature: The centerpiece of the evening was a play put on by the employees.

Origin:
1830–40; center + piece

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Example sentences
In the center is usually a bowl or vase or other centerpiece, of white flowers.
The first manifestation of that is when he came out for a corporate tax cut,
  which is now a centerpiece of his economic platform.
Instead, the report's centerpiece is an odd extrapolation of the
  supply-and-demand theory to college education.
But certainly the centerpiece of the show will be this much-anticipated
  acquisition.
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