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    at the center of the row

    "The businessman at the center of the row over political donations"
    what does the phrase "at the center of the row " mean here?
    thanks!

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    Re: at the center of the row

    Quote Originally Posted by masterding View Post
    "The businessman at the center of the row over political donations"
    what does the phrase "at the center of the row " mean here?
    thanks!
    Hello, [I am neither a teacher nor an English person],

    but in my mind I believe the meaning is that the businessman guy is the main person of the polical donations, but perhaps I am wrong.

    Hope somebody can settle this point.

    Cordially,

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