But here in central Mexico, in the state of Michoacán, the holiday appeared to take on special significance.
“The Red Cross was not a central player in those early days,” said New York City Councilman Brad Lander.
In central Port-au-Prince, more than 1,000 rioters looted homes and shops for whatever goods they could find.
Now comes a new wave of young immigrants sent north to escape rampant gang violence in central America.
The second deals with the nature of the love affair that is central to the script.
A central plane separates all colors into two contrasted fields.
Three seats were rented by him in a central part of the large church.
It is small, circular in shape, and reaches a central depth of 214 feet.
The mail service of central Africa is slow but very certain.
The central couch or sofa (lectus medius) was the first place.
1640s, from French central or directly from Latin centralis "pertaining to a center," from centrum (see center (n.)). Centrally is attested perhaps as early as early 15c., which might imply a usage of central earlier than the attested date.
Slightly older is centric (1580s). As a U.S. colloquial noun for "central telephone exchange," first recorded 1889 (hence, "Hello, Central?"). Central processing unit attested from 1961. Central America is attested from 1826.
The most important site of what is indicated: Israel claims U.S. is Terror Central/ quickly turned the Odessa into Mob Central/ This is a small town, but if it's cocaine central then it's a pretty tough town (1990s+)