center of attention


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center of attention

the focus of people's attention; the thing or person who monopolizes people's attention. She had a way of making herself the center of attention wherever she went.
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Omid is already prepared to be the center of attention on campus.
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Special mention must be made of Ferrando, captain of the guard, a character not often the center of attention in ``Trovatore.
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NEW YORK - James ``Lights Out'' Toney, dressed in a sharp gray suit, was the center of attention Friday as he limped around the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Manhattan three hours before receiving his 2003 Fighter of the Year award from the Boxing Writers Association of America.
I like to be the center of attention,'' one declares.
This compares to 20 percent of dads who prefer relaxing, 17 percent who enjoy being the center of attention and 5 percent who look forward to receiving gifts on Father's Day.
EL SEGUNDO - Surrounded by highly paid athletes and a locker room full of hockey equipment Friday, 6-year-old Cameron Costanza was the center of attention after practicing with the Los Angeles Kings.
And the Coliseum isn't going to be the center of attention.
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