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The answer CENTRING has 1 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of centring in various dictionaries:
verb - move into the center
verb - direct one's attention on something
noun - a temporary framework for an arch
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Getting to the heart of money people engaged in illegal activity?|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Feb 21 2019 The Times - Cryptic|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|the action or process of placing something in the middle of something else.|
|Present participle of centre.|
|The act of moving something to the centre|
|The action or process of placing something in the middle of something else.|
|Framing used to support an arch or dome while it is under construction.|
|Centring, centre, centering, or center is a type of falsework: the temporary structure upon which the stones of an arch or vault are laid during construction. Until the keystone is inserted an arch has no strength and needs the centring to keep the voussoirs in their correct relative positions. A simple centering without a truss is called a common centering. The cross piece connecting centering frames are called a lag or bolst.The centring is normally made of wood timbers, which was a relatively straightforward structure in a simple arch or vault, but with more complex shapes, involving double curvature, such as a small dome or the bottle-shaped flues of the kitchens of some Norman-period houses; clay or sand bound by a weak lime mortar mix could be used. The shaping of this sort of centring would probably be done by eye, perhaps with the help of a template and the stone or brick structure laid against it. On bigger work, like a 19th-century commercial pottery kiln, this was impractica|