central body

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Noun1.central body - small region of cytoplasm adjacent to the nucleuscentral body - small region of cytoplasm adjacent to the nucleus; contains the centrioles and serves to organize the microtubules
cytol, cytoplasm - the protoplasm of a cell excluding the nucleus; is full of proteins that control cell metabolism
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The central body of it is hidden in the snowy sparkling mist enveloping it; and how can you certainly tell whether any water falls from it, when, always, when you are close enough to a whale to get a close view of his spout, he is in a prodigious commotion, the water cascading all around him.
Similarly, the provincial committees held meetings in Lahore, Peshawar and Quetta to facilitate the central body in Karachi.
A resolution adopted by the JI central body deplored that agriculture had always been neglected in the past, was not among the PTI government priorities at all.
The JI central body called for modernising and regularising mining in former tribal areas and demanded that the local communities be given 50 per cent of the income from this source.
The Minister said UK could assist Sri Lanka to set up a similar central body to analyze intelligence reports.
The sources said the officers of the education department conducted an important meeting regarding summer vacations in which the central body of the representatives, the private schools' organisation were also present.
Through another resolution, the JI central body termed the performance of the government during its first 125 days, as totally unsatisfactory and said that the Prime Minister and his cabinet were continuously negating their own statements.
The central body takes its decision based on evidence which it receives from people and zonal committees across the committee.
GBPCE (A/Positive/F1) is a cooperative banking group bound by a legally established cross-support mechanism comprising its 14 Banque Populaires, its 15 Caisses d'Epargne et de Prevoyance, its central body (BPCE S.A.) and its main subsidiaries including Natixis, Credit Foncier de France and Banque Palatine.
'The Act establishes the NFIU as a central body in Nigeria responsible for the receiving, requesting, analysing and disseminating financial intelligence to agencies and other relevant authorities to enable the institutions to act on same.
On the coordination front, he said City Hall is the central body for implementation but that development agencies choose to work directly with ministries rather than with local authorities.

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