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  • and to this end have designated as their plenipotentiaries... 1996, John Major, EU Beef Ban and the Florence European Council, The issue will now be
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  • “bastard,”, the Minister for Wales, John Redwood (who mounted an unsuccessful campaign to displace the Tory chief, John Major), was removed in a Cabinet reshuffle;
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  • See also: majorite Major +‎ -ite Majorite ‎(plural Majorites) A political supporter of John Major (born 1943), British Conservative politician who
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  • (transitive, politics) To subject to Thatcherism. 1991, Bruce Anderson, John Major: The Making of the Prime Minister Throughout the 1980s, she had been Thatcherizing
    794 bytes (94 words) - 15:25, 11 June 2016
  • Fritz Rollings last week. "Now we must put up or shut up." 1995July 22, John Major, "[1]," "That is why I am no longer prepared to tolerate the present situation
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  • dyed-in-the-wool typist and never really got used to writing on computers. John Major was described by his opponents as a dyed-in-the-wool Conservative. The
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  • Major +‎ -ism Majorism ‎(uncountable) the political and economic policies of the British Conservative prime minister Sir John Major Majorist Thatcherism
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  • major in To take (something) as one's major field of study in an institute of tertiary education (such as a college or university). John majored in Computer
    349 bytes (33 words) - 00:18, 22 November 2015
  • brigadier. When used as a title, it is always capitalized. Example: Major General John Doe. The rank corresponds to pay grade O-8. Abbreviations: MG. a
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  • An army officer in most countries, ranking below a colonel and above a major. Often the commander of a battalion or the executive officer of a regiment
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  • capitalized when used as a title: Lieutenant General John Doe will be arriving shortly. an officer above major general and below general Lieutenant general
    1 KB (88 words) - 08:50, 16 February 2016
  • plainly visible. 1854, John Wellesley Thomas, Capt. J. W. Thomas report to Headquarters following Eureka rebellion, The Major-General has already been
    2 KB (149 words) - 16:19, 17 December 2014
  • blockings) The act by which something is blocked; an obstruction. blocking of major opposition sites‎ Oliver Sacks, Awakenings Miss H.'s voice was clear and
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Archbasilica of St. John Lateran Wikipedia archbasilica ‎(plural archbasilicas) A major basilica major basilica
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  • (military) A military rank between colonel and the second lowest general rank or major general, having an O7 NATO rank scale equivalency brigadier commodore
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  • numerous legion ‎(plural legions) (military, Ancient Rome) The major unit or division of the Roman army, usually comprising 3000 to 6000 infantry
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  • Scarce and Valuable Tracts (Walter Scott, John Somers), page 146: That whereas, and whereby, and by which, the major, and most greater, and most bigger, and
    3 KB (227 words) - 13:51, 22 July 2016
  • flail; to labour. c. 1690, Juvenal, John Dryden (translator), The Tenth Satire of Juvenal, 1987, John Dryden: The Major Works, Oxford University Press, page
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  • army officer with a rank between the most senior grade of lieutenant and major. 1915, Emerson Hough, The Purchase Price, chapterI: "A fine man, that Dunwody
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  • building used for consultation and diagnosis, but not surgery or other major procedures. 1975, M. Duke, Death of Holy Murderer, Ch. viii, p. 108: This
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