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- the church of Christ, in its primary institution
(RQ:Locke Huma), Book II, Chapter VIII
- These I call original, or primary, qualities of body.
''Preferred stock has primary claim on dividends, ahead of common stock.''
Earliest formed; fundamental.
Illustrating, possessing, or characterized by, some quality or property in the first degree; having undergone the first stage of substitution or replacement.
Relating to the place where a disorder or disease started to occur.
Relating to day-to-day care provided by health professionals such as nurses, general practitioners, dentists etc.
A election; a preliminary election to select a political candidate of a political party.
The first year of school.
The most massive component of a gravitationally bound system, such as a planet in relation to its satellites.
2001, David Woods, Martyn Cribb, ''Effective LEAs and school improvement''
- Excellence in Cities offers a further development of this approach, whereby secondary schools operate with small clusters of primaries as mini-EAZs.
2003, Julie A Jacko, Andrew Sears, ''The human-computer interaction handbook''
- By adding and subtracting the three primaries, cyan, yellow, and magenta are produced. These are called subtractive primaries.
To challenge (an incumbent sitting politician) for their political party's endorsement to run for re-election, through running a challenger campaign in a primary election, especially one that is more ideologically extreme.
(quote-book)| passage=Democrats have made “primarying” a key technique for shifting the balance of power in Congress to the left.
To take part in a election.
(quote-book)| page=171| passage=Both were worried that Bailey would break some of their delegate commitments to keep them from primarying.