Without the ‘woman’, there will be a crippling lacuna, since it is her nurturing instinct that anchors the family making her a nucleus around which every member rallies.
Fairs form the nucleus for frenetic autumn activity in London and New York, while a princely collection is auctioned at a fairy-tale castle in Germany
Sometimes, the stresses are strong enough to break off chunks of the comet's nucleus .
These embryonic communities created an important nucleus for post-war migration, which was fuelled by economic factors.
Electrons produce a small magnetic field as they spin and orbit the nucleus of an atom.
The spacecraft's point of view now captures the shadowed side of the comet's nucleus .
The Manchester centre is the nucleus of a hi-tech surveillance system and features an 18-metre monitor wall that can display up to 180 high-resolution images.
Christine Maggiore is the outspoken nucleus of a movement to help HIV-positive mothers who question medication.
the nucleus of a film-producing industry
In 1911, the first dairy cows and other livestock arrived to become the nucleus of USDA's animal husbandry research activities.