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sub•cen•ter

(ˈsʌbˌsɛn tər)

n.
a secondary or subordinate center, as in the location of a business.
[1920–25]
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Also on Saturday, Wan and his Pakistani counterpart Rana Tanveer Hussain attended the inauguration ceremony of Pakistani Subcenter of China-South Asia Technology Transfer Center and signed two agreements on cooperation.
At the time of the follow-up, the children were vaccinated with MMR at the subcenter health clinics according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
This suggests that the subcenter commerce or community retail located near the house.
Then the Drought Monitoring Centre Nairobi in Kenya and its subcenter in Harare Zimbabwe were created in 1989 by countries in eastern and southern Africa.
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In 2012, Sincan had the lowest level of house prices for both rent and sale in the Ankara Metropolitan Area (Ugurlar & Eceral, 2012, 240), and this job and housing match is important for reducing commuting times and distances from the subcenter to the city center, especially for low- and middle-status workers in manufacturing.
Each subcenter, run by the Department of Health and Family Welfare, serves a population of 3,000-5,000 and is managed by an auxiliary nurse midwife.
The experiment was conducted at Chencha subcenter Awassa agricultural research center.
Since January 2009, Honda has been participating in ITS-Safety 2010, a large-scale verification testing project for DSSS, Smartway, and ASV in Tokyo's waterfront subcenter district and surrounding freeways.
However, identifying locations such as an employment subcenter can be a difficult and arbitrary task (Giuliano and Small [1991] and McMillen [2001]).