One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a Roman basilica always occupied a central position’
middle, centre, halfway, midway, mid, median, medial, mean, middling, intermediate, intermedial
inner, innermost, middle, mid, interior, nuclear
3‘their central campaign issue’
main, chief, principal, primary, leading, foremost, first, most important, predominant, dominant, prominent, most prominent, key, crucial, vital, essential, basic, fundamental, core, staple, critical, pivotal, salient, prime, focal, premier, paramount, major, ruling, master, supreme, overriding, cardinal, capital, pre-eminent, ultimate, uppermost, highest, utmost, top, topmost, arch-
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