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major key

[′mā·jər ‚kē]
(computer science)
The primary key for identifying a record.

major key

The primary key used to identify a record, such as account number or name.
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Upbeat music in major keys was consistently paired with happy-looking faces while subdued music in minor keys was paired with sad-looking faces.
Tata Consultancy Services had the highest industry score on all major Key Performance Indicators including Customer Satisfaction, Quality, Flexibility, Innovation, Risk and Transition Management.
Anderson will be responsible for technical service as well as major key accounts.
Major Key Studios, based at The Public in New Street, West Bromwich, also helped with the organisation and management of the event.
These are another four harpsichord concertos, but this time the major key dominates (concertos in G major, D major, F major and C major).
Conrad said: "A major key to achievement is a positive mental attitude and success is more down to the willingness to achieve than simply overcoming barriers.
And Ashby insists he's leaving no stone unturned in their bid for title honours in 2006-2007 and he reckons fitness is a major key to that ambition, hence the appointment of James Ellis recently as the club's fitness coach.
For the engineer, the structural system is a major key in designing sound and cost-effective buildings.
He also brings with him strong relationships at the retail level, something the brewery believes is a major key to success.
A major key to negotiating, whether with colleagues, customers, subordinates, or superiors, is the sincere willingness to gain a clear understanding of what the other party wants.
The major key to weight loss is keeping caloric intake lower than calories burned in physical activity.
A major key to Gourmet Standard's success has been our commitment to customer service," said Susan Georgulas, director of sales and marketing at Gourmet Standard, in a statement.

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