Contract award notice: Provision of food to the center of attention
to persons with physical disability of legans.
Killer heels become the center of attention
when worn with a simple top and good old jeans.
Summary: Victoria Beckham was the center of attention
at the 25th annnual British Fashion Awards.
Political scientists say that the low level of political culture, the battle for being in the center of attention
, and the attempt to win more political points are the main reasons why politicians decide to use such language.
2 : a person or thing characterized by a particular concentration or activity <She likes to be the center of attention
The center of attention
embarrassment trigger has been related to communication anxiety, and faux pas and sticky situations have been linked to anxious attachment (Withers & Vernon, 2006).
Kaitlyn, formerly sort of a social outcast, becomes the center of attention
at school as everyone tries to get close to Blaine/Gordon.
Wolfe, Meryl Streep, Tonya Pinkins, Maurice Sendak, and many others make an appearance, but Kushner is always the center of attention
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5: Today, the center of attention
shifts from Ralph to the new stegosaur.
The state of the copper market is the center of attention
for metals traders throughout the world.
00), telling of Gooney Bird Greene, who likes to be the center of attention
most of the time.
Built from 27,000 blocks of ice, the enormous royal house was the center of attention
at the Saint Paul Winter Carnival, which ran from Jan.
talking loudly, calling out, walking about the room, clowning and tossing things) are examples of students either being bored or wanting to be the center of attention
The authors cover work with all of the parties involved in a specific context, including not only the one at the center of attention
but also caregivers, health care professionals, the family, and the community at large.