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Sentence count:67+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-17Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: grimacelegitimacyillegitimacyprimaryprimatesreprimandprimarilyreprimandedMeaning: ['praɪməsɪ]  n. the state of being first in importance. 
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1, This approach gives primacy to facts.
2, The government insists on the primacy of citizens' rights.
3, We must give primacy to education.
4, This college emphasizes the primacy of teaching over research.
5, Also, the parent subtly asserts primacy.
6, This time, it was the primacy of the office as gathering place that was the weak link in the chain.
7, They argue for the primacy of collective bargaining at the level of the individual company.
8, Primacy must be given to the human rights of the individual boy or girl.
9, But there is another aspect of the primacy which has so far been only briefly mentioned.
10, The whole canonical process recognizes the primacy of conscience and free will.
11, Table 4 supports the primacy effect as recall is significantly greater for the first three words in the list.
12, It appears unduly insistent on the primacy of certain conceptual connections between cognition and language.
13, Britain's imperial primacy required the subjugation of other cultures and the dishonouring of their gods.
14, The courts, therefore, recognise as law and accord primacy to those measures which Parliament passes as Acts.
15, The Constitution stresses the primacy of Hindi which, written in Devanagari script, is the nation's official language.
16, This despite its long-established primacy in graphics, multimedia and education.
17, Whilst Riley speaks specifically of the primacy of sight,( her paintings constantly allude to states at the limits of meaning.
18, Even in the 18th century scholars continued to give primacy to the written word.
19, The political idea at the heart of this is the primacy of the individual.
20, Mr. McNamara Can the Minister assure the House that he entirely supports the primacy of the police in all security matters?
21, If the main business was investiture and homage, a subsidiary theme was the primacy.
22, But it would have been useless to produce the documents in Rome, for they contained no decisive evidence in favour of the primacy.
23, Rawls constructs his model soas to argue for the primacy of an equality of needs.
24, Thus they have been re-encoded into long-term memory and this gives rise to the primacy effect.
25, From Hegel he derives his basic manner of thinking, asserting the primacy of experience.
26, Woman are more likely to be frank about the primacy of personal relationships.
27, Recent ideas about language use and learning insist on the primacy of communicative activities in the classroom.
28, And it did this because it demonstrated that they were among the most fervent believers in the primacy of economic life.
29, The major issues that confront parents with caregivers are rivalries and maintaining the primacy of the family.
30, To answer this, we need first to consider the source of meat's peculiar primacy in our hierarchy of foods.
More similar words: grimacelegitimacyillegitimacyprimaryprimatesreprimandprimarilyreprimandedprima facieprimary electionprivacyprimepilgrimageprimitivestomachmacabremachinefallacylegacymacrocosmemaciatedimmaculatemacrobiotictheocracyaccuracydelicacyefficacyautocracyobstinacydemocracy
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