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essentially, fundamentally, primarilycardinally
(1835-1881) Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, Russian musical composer (known primarily for the operas "Boris Godunov" and "Khovanshchina" and his musical piece "Pictures from an Exhibition")Mussorgsky
(Chemistry, Pharmacology) chemical substance obtained from peppermint oil which has a cooling effect (used primarily in the production of confections, cold medicines, liqueurs, and perfumes), mint-tasting compound from peppermint oilmenthol
(Computers) screen and text editor used primarily on UNIX systems (produced by the Free Software Foundation)Emacs
(Oncology) malignant tumor of the cerebellum composed of undifferentiated neuroglia (primarily affects children), malignant tumor of the brainmedulloblastoma
(Theodor) German historian Nobel Prize winner and author (known primarily for his book "The History of Rome")Mommsen
A prepayment model based on an assumed rate of prepayment each month of the then unpaid principal balance of a pool of mortgages. PSA is used primarily to derive an implied prepayment speed of new production loans, a 100% PSA assumes a prepayment rate ...PSA
above all, in the main, mainly, primarily, relating to chiefschiefly
add sand to something, area of sand, brownish yellow, determination, fill with sand, fine grains of rock; beach, area covered primarily with sand, material made of tiny grains, of the color of sand, particles in hourglass, scatter sand; cover with sand...sand
Advanced Research Projects Agency net; wide area computer network established in 1968 that primarily connected universities and research centers, predecessor of the Internet (Computers)Arpanet
at basic level, in a fundamental manner, basically, essentiallyfundamentally
basically, fundamentally; mainly, primarilyessentially
broadcasting system for color TV, Sequential Couleur Avec Memoire; one of the three primary standards for television broadcasts (used primarily in France, the Middle East and Eastern Europe), séquentiel couleur à mémoireSECAM
change fundamentally, make extreme, make radical, make or become politically radicalradicalize
considerably, essentially, in a substantial manner, significantlysubstantially
critically, urgently, essentially; vigorously, animatedly, spiritedly, cruciallyvitally
dangerous gas mixture, explosive gas comprised primarily of methane (accumulates in mines)firedamp
district of New York City, on Manhattan Island, originally named Nieuw Haarlem by Dutch settlers in 1658, primarily black neighborhood in the northeastern part of Manhattan, area in New York City; city in HollandHarlem
essentiallyin essence
essentially, essentially; fundamentally, in general, simplybasically
essentially, mainly, primarily, mostlyprincipally
essentially, productively, efficiently; impressively, welleffectively
eventually, fundamentally, in the end, eventually; in an ultimate mannerultimately
execution without trial; passing of a verdict without a trial; hanging of Black Americans as an act of racial violence (primarily in the South during the 1880s -1960s)lynching
first stone of a building laid at a formal ceremony; something fundamentally important; stone forming a corner of two walls, first stone of new building, fundamentally important person or thing, stone at corner of two wallscornerstone
fruit-eating, primarily feeding on fruit (about an animal)frugivorous
fundamentally; at rest (Physiology)basally
generally, prevalently, usually; mainly, primarily, mostlypredominantly
generally, prevalently, usually; mainly, primarily, mostly; considerably, to a great degreepredominately
group of African languages, non-Semitic branch languages within the Afroasiatic family of languages (primarily languages of northern and eastern Africa), of or in Hamitic, of or pertaining to the Hamites and/or their language, of the HamitesHamitic
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