Difference between centre and locus
- the object upon which interest and attention focuses
- a cluster of nerve cells governing a specific bodily process
- an area that is approximately central within some larger region
- the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience
- a point equidistant from the ends of a line or the extremities of a figure
- direct one's attention on something
- move into the center
Last night, a steady stream of people arrived at the evacuation centre in Brisbane's showground, only a few minutes' drive from the swollen river.
In the centre of the pond was an island; and on the island was a little summerhouse like a miniature pagoda.
For verrucae and warts place a drop of neat Tea Tree Essential Oil in the centre and cover with a plaster once a day, this procedure can take a couple of weeks before you will see the results.
- the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)
- the set of all points or lines that satisfy or are determined by specific conditions
- the specific site of a particular gene on its chromosome
Washington jugeait "intenable" le blocus de l'enclave palestinienne qu'Israël a défendu cette semaine en tuant
Liberal proponents of American Values praise the freedom that opens the floodgates to gay marriage and pornography; conservatives, the liberty unleashing that locust plague called unrestrained capitalism; neo-conservatives the license for lying, murderous Machtpolitik.
All these methods assume that there is no recombination, and they rely on the existence of a single simple coalescent history or genealogy for all sites in the locus.