center

center

[sen-ter]
center, in politics, a party following a middle course. The term was first used in France in 1789, when the moderates of the National Assembly sat in the center of the hall. It can refer to a separate party in a political system, e.g., the Catholic Center party of imperial and Weimar Germany, or to the middle group of a party consisting of several ideological factions.
Center or centre (see American and British English spelling differences) may refer to:

Science

Sports

Places

Note that spelling differences for toponyms are not acceptable in both American and British usages, unless the place name is translated from a language not written with the Latin alphabet, or there is an unambiguous local usage pronounced very differently between American English and British English.Place names that must be spelled only as Center:

Arts

Education

  • Centre College, a liberal arts college in Danville, Kentucky, United States

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