MAJOR IN LÀ GÌ

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the most important subject that a college or university student is studying, or the student himself or herself:
based on a scale (= series of musical notes) in which there is a whole step (= sound difference) between each note except between the third và fourth notes và the seventh and eighth notes:
the most important subject that a college or university student is studying, or the student studying that subject:
a major change, difference, etc. affects a lot of people or organizations, sometimes in a way that causes difficulties for them:
There are three major groups under discussion here: actualization conditionals, inferential conditionals, and purely case-specifying conditionals (each type is then subdivided inlớn numerous subtypes).
These regulations & requirements have a major impact on the research and development of new drugs.
Indeed, the wish khổng lồ avoid such veto lớn power may both contribute lớn surplus coalitions and khổng lồ grvà coalitions between major parties.
They also held meetings with non-governmental organisations và the leaders of the major political parties.
About 60 other parties also joined the electoral conkiểm tra, both within & outside the major contending alliances.

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It is well recognized that past mental health problems are strongly related khổng lồ the development of major depression.
In seven percent of the cases, the sinus nodal artery took origin from a separate orifice within the same sinus as a major coronary artery.
In this article we present a survey of the major organizational paradigms used in multi-agent systems.
One major cross-linguistic generalisation that is supported by these data concerns syllable weight : many bít tất tay systems distinguish between light và heavy syllables.
Major depression in communitydwelling middle-aged and older adults : prevalence and 2& 4-year follow-up symptoms.
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