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censure, n. 1. disapproval, disapprobation, reprobation, reprehension, objection; fulmination, denunciation, condemnation; criticism, animadversion, Inf. brickbat, aspersion, obloquy; tirade, philippic, diatribe. 2. reproof, reproach, rebuke, reprimand, stricture; upbraiding, castigation, objurgation, vituperation; scolding, dressing down, tongue-lashing, Sl. hell. 3. blame, accusation, accusal, charge; imputation, incrimination, crimination, inculpation. - v. 4. blame, accuse, charge, incriminate, criminate, inculpate. 5. criticize, arraign, animadvert on or upon, reprobate, condemn, denounce, denunciate, remonstrate, proscribe; decry, inveigh against, rail against, fulminate against, declaim against, attack; disapprove, deprecate, disparage, belittle. 6. upbraid, reproach, reprove, rebuke, reprehend; castigate, vituperate, reprimand, admonish; chide, scold, carp at, berate, Inf. take to task, Inf. call on the carpet, Inf. dress down; All Sl. blast, bawl out, yell at, give [s.o.] hell, lay [s.o.] out in lavender, read the riot act.

census, n. enumeration, poll, tally, count, head count, tabulation; statistics, figures, listing, statement; demography.

centenary, adj. 1. hundredth, centurial; centuple, hundredfold.

-n. 2. centennial, hundredth anniversary. 3. century, hundred years,

center, n. 1. middle, middle point, navel, omphalos, midst; focus, focal point, focalization, point of concentration, point of convergence, cynosure; core, heart, marrow, gist, kernel, nucleus, crux; hub, nave, axis, pivot; Biol, centrosome. - v. 2. focus, focalize, bring into focus; converge, come together, unite, unify, meet; converge upon, centralize, concenter, concentrate, close on.

central, adj. 1. middle, mid, median, medial, mesial, mean, intermediate, centric; midmost, middlemost, centermost. 2. internal, interior, inner, inside, inward, innermost; inland, midland. 3. pivotal, axial, key, focal; causal, basic, basal, fundamental; essential, indispensable, vital, Inf. gut. 4. cardinal, chief, main, principal, prime, primary, first, foremost, uppermost, paramount, most important.

centralization, n. 1. consolidation, centralism, centering, focusing, focalization, concentration; con

vergence, confluence, congregation, aggregation. 2. unification, alliance, coalition, association, affiliation, confederation, federation; federalization, nationalization.

centralize, v. 1. concentrate, concenter, converge, congregate, aggregate, come together, collect, gather; center, focus, focalize, consolidate, compact, streamline. 2. unify, unite, join, associate, affiliate, coalesce, ally, league, confederate, federate; federalize, nationalize,

centrifugal, adj. radial, radiating, outward, divergent, diverging, Anat. and Physiol, efferent,

century, n.1. centenary, one hundred years, ten decades; aeon, eternity, several lifetimes, five generations, what seems like forever.

2. period, era, age, time,

ceramics, n. pottery, earthenware, clay pots, crocks; porcelain, china, delft ware, stoneware, ironstone; tiles, mosaics.

cereal, n. 1. grain, seed, kernal, meal, hominy,

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An interviewer is not a surprise situation you know you'll probably be in a waiting room and that at any moment you'll be called in. So be ready.'I can't tell you how many candidates scramble for their bag, their coat, their water, their book, and hunched over and arms full still try to shake my hand. It's hard to look professional and poised this way,' says Ceniza-Levine. So pare down what you're carrying and leave a hand free to shake. She adds that you should make sure your first impression isn't a wardrobe malfunction (for women, that may be a skirt that rides up too far, and for a man, pants that are hemmed too short). 'One job seeker wore Mickey Mouse socks that so distracted an interviewer, he went from front-runner to discard,' recalls Ceniza-Levine.

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