primary

Forming as new, not as an alteration product.
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Primary

(from the article `geochronology`) ...and spatial variation. While making use of Steno`s principle of superposition, Lehmann recognized the existence of three distinct rock ...
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primary

(L. primarius) principal; primus first) first in order or in time of development; principal.
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Primary

(Phase of Education) Full time education suitable to the requirements of junior pupils who have not attained the age of 10 yrs and 6 months; and Full time education suitable to the requirements of junior pupils who have attained that age and whom it is expedient to educate together with junior pupils
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primary

[adj] - of first rank or importance or value 2. [adj] - not derived from or reducible to something else 3. [n] - one of the main flight feathers projecting along the outer edge of a bird`s wing 4. [n] - a preliminary election where delegates or nominees are chosen
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Primary

• (a.) Earliest formed; fundamental. • (n.) That which stands first in order, rank, or importance; a chief matter. • (a.) First in order of time or development or in intention; primitive; fundamental; original. • (n.) A primary meeting; a caucus. • (a.) First in order, as being preparatory to something higher; as, primary a...
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primary

• The largest gravitating mass within a given system. For example, the planet around which a moon revolves is known as the primary. • In a binary or multiple star system, the most luminous star.
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primary

adjective not derived from or reducible to something else; basic; `a primary instinct`
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Primary

(see also Blanket primary) An electoral contest held to determine each political party
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Primary

[astronomy] A primary (or gravitational primary, primary body or central body) is the main physical body of a gravitationally bound, multi-object system. This body contributes most of the mass of that system and will generally be located near its center of mass. In the solar system, the Sun is the primary for all objects that orbit around i...
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Primary

[chemistry] Primary is a term used in organic chemistry to classify various types of compounds (e.g. alcohols, alkyl halides, amines) or reactive intermediates (e.g. alkyl radicals, carbocations). == See also == ...
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Primary

[LDS Church] The Primary (formerly the Primary Association) is a children`s organization and an official auxiliary within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It acts as a Sunday school organization for the church`s children under the age of 12. ==Purpose, objectives, theme, motto and colors== The official purpose o...
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Primary

[LDS] Photo of Domien Sleeckx, a Belgian writer. Permission granted to use the image from the AMVC archive by the AMVC-Letterenhuis, Minderbroedersstraat 22, 2000 Antwerpen. ...
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Primary

[musician] Primary and Dynamic Duo`s Gaeko created a track for Quincy Jones in a 2011 visit to Korea which he sung at a press conference and expressed his appreciation for. In 2011 Primary released the first part of the album Primary and The Messengers and continued to release the subsequent four parts through October 2012.The album in tota...
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Primary

Pri'ma·ry adjective [ Latin primarius , from primus first: confer French primaire . See Prime , adjective , and confer Premier , Primero .] 1. First in order of time or development or in intention; primitive; fundamental; ori...
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Primary

Pri'ma·ry noun ; plural Primaries 1. That which stands first in order, rank, or importance; a chief matter. 2. A primary meeting; a caucus. 3. (Zoology) One of the large feathers on the distal joint of a bird's wing. See Plumage , and Illust....
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Primary

A crock, bowl, bucket, pail, or other non-reactive, food-safe vessel in which the initial, or primary fermentation takes place. The primary should be capable of containing 1/4 to 1/2 more volume than the volume of the must it will contain to allow for a rising of the cap and a sufficient ullage above the cap to allow a good aerobic fermentation. Th...
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Primary

a disease that began in the affected location
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Primary

A term used to describe the larger or brighter member of a pair of celestial objects.
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Primary

Another method of selecting party nominees for president where a state holds an official election allowing registered party voters to select their party`s candidate. The state party awards delegates to the national party convention depending on primary vote totals
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primary

In presidential election campaigns in the USA, a statewide ballot in which voters indicate their candidate preferences for the two main parties. Held...
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primary

In presidential election campaigns in the USA, a statewide ballot in which voters indicate their candidate preferences for the two main parties. Held in 41 states, primaries begin with New Hampshire in February and continue until June; they operate under varying complex rules. Primaries are also held to choose candidates for other posts, such a...
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Primary

Initial or first; in joint replacement, this term is used to indicate the first surgery to repair or replace a joint as opposed to a revision surgery which replaces or revises an implant.
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primary

main
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primary

most important
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