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: a cardinal rule
*: But cardinal sins, and hollow hearts, I fear ye.
*: the cardinal intersections of the zodiac
*: Impudence is now a cardinal virtue.
: a cardinal mark
*: This cardinal number is the smallest of the infinite cardinal numbers; it is the one to which Cantor has appropriated the Hebrew aleph with the suffix 0, to distinguish it from larger infinite cardinals. Thus the name of the smallest of infinite cardinals is m|he||0?.
*: The commonest numerals in Latin, as in English, are the "cardinals"...and the "ordinals"nb....
*: Breezes blowing from beds of iris quickened her breath with their perfume; she saw the tufted lilacs sway in the wind, and the streamers of mauve-tinted wistaria swinging, all a-glisten with golden bees; she saw a crimson cardinal winging through the foliage, and amorous tanagers flashing like scarlet flames athwart the pines.
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*: Wheres your cardinal! Make haste.
: I have only a rudimentary grasp of chemistry.
: His grasp of rudimentary English allowed him at least to do the shopping.
: His rudimentary driving skills meant that he was a danger on the road.
: Children attend primary school, and teenagers attend secondary school.
*: the church of Christ, in its primary institution
*: These I call original, or primary, qualities of body.
: Preferred stock has primary claim on dividends, ahead of common stock.
*: Excellence in Cities offers a further development of this approach, whereby secondary schools operate with small clusters of primaries as mini-EAZs.
*: By adding and subtracting the three primaries, cyan, yellow, and magenta are produced. These are called subtractive primaries.
: A stream of atomic hydrogen is emitted
: We built a small atomic bomb in the garage
: The hairs on a bedbug are almost atomic
: A bit is an atomic item of data
: In order to avoid [[race condition]]s, this operation has to be atomic
: ux|en|a fundamental truth; a fundamental axiom
: ux|en|A need for belonging seems fundamental to humans.
: This isn’t your run-of-the-mill refrigerator; you’ll find the extra features well worth the price.
*: The other had the most run-of-the-mill news which make some of my recent run-of-the-mill columns appear like the raciest escapist fare.
*: For a deeper, less familiar philosophy, you have to listen to your more run-of-the-mill dossers, and they dont come more run-of-the-mill than Ratso.
*: In one side of the prestigious commissions, public and private, sacred and profane, which could make the name of an artist, there was a more run of the mill style of painting which already enjoyed a vast clientéle at all levels of society.
*: Who the more run-of-the-mill victims were is unclear, since they are often not named or have no emblem glyphs attached to them.
*: Or even more run-of-the-mill murders which usually turn out to be family or business affairs and where someones usually heard something or, in the case of the more professional killings, someone wants to do a deal.
: Flour is a basic ingredient of bread.
: The Hotel Sparta’s accommodation is purely basic.
*: Im not saying people are jealous of Hathaway because she is so perfect. Yes, she does have it all — husband, healthy career, good looks. But she doesnt do anything in an "awesome" way. Shes basic.
*: And what can be said about Ginny? She’s basic. My guess is that she spends her time drinking pumpkin spice lattes and watching “Pretty Little Liars.” The Chosen One is way out of her quidditch league.
*: "I couldnt get into it, I could barely understand what hes saying – it had too much cursing and explicit language," said Cortnee Brandon. "I think his lyrics are easy...hes basic. Kendrick Lamar is kind of overrated."
: Rice is a basic for many Asian villagers.
: Arithmetic is a basic for the study of mathematics.
: primal man