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Princeton's WordNet

  1. major league, big league, majorsnoun

    the most important league in any sport (especially baseball)

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of majors in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of majors in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Matthew Bogdanos:

    Tessa Majors finally breaks away. Tessa Majors starts walking up the stairs. Tessa Majors's already been stabbed at least once in the heart. All the bleeding is internal. With each breath, according to the medical examiner, Tessa Majors is closer to death.

  2. Russell Henley:

    I've gotten hot a few times and won some TOUR events for sure, but consistently I think the last year or so has been my best year, and I feel good about it, i feel like I have more of a complete game. But I haven't finished top 10 in majors or anything. Haven't really been in the majors. I want to make that better, play better in the majors.

  3. John Daly:

    It's a major. I'm going to show up. I'm ready to play, i love it when it’s difficult. I think that’s why I do so well in the majors. I just know mentally I can grind it out.

  4. Chief Executive Tommy Breen:

    We believe there will continue to be opportunities and maybe some of them bigger over the next few years, coming out of the oil majors.

  5. Matthew Bogdanos:

    Tessa Majors is struggling now up the stairs. Tessa Majors has minutes left to live. Tessa Majors does not realize at this point why Tessa Majors is light-headed or why Tessa Majors's dizzy or why Tessa Majors can't walk or why Tessa Majors can't stand or why Tessa Majors's about to fall, and Tessa Majors will get to this lamp pole and collapse. And Tessa Majors will die -- face down -- on a dirty New York City street at the hands of the defendant and two others.

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