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Rosie instantly becomes the center of attention of the "in" crowd (a position she doesn't enjoy), an errand runner for a group of old people (called "wrinklies'), caught betwixt the attentions of a good boy and a bad boy, and the target of sinister phone calls demanding that a mysterious something be returned.
The ESPN Play by Play is a visually dynamic product that enables children to enjoy the adrenaline rush produced either by being the center of attention on the field or calling the shots in the broadcast booth.
I would think whoever wins on Saturday, unless it's five (horses) across the wire, is going to jump right to the center of attention,'' said Doug O'Neill, who trains Liquidity and the California-bred Notional, two of the nine challengers to Futurity favorite Belgravia.
However, Apple Computer (NASDAQ:AAPL) will start things off for us today, as the company has become the center of attention on the message boards after Barron's suggested that the firm could buy Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) after AAPL CEO Steve Jobs becomes the leading DIS shareholder.
Mike Stanton began the summer as the unexpected center of attention at the USA Baseball Junior Olympics West in Arizona, where his coach was bombarded with inquiries about the outfielder from Notre Dame High of Sherman Oaks.
At the center of attention stands the Grand Clock Tower, which comes to life three times daily, entertaining guests of all ages through animation and song.
The 6-foot-11 sophomore forward is going to be the center of attention for a long time.

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