most significant character

most significant character

[′mōst sig′nif·i·gənt ′kar·ik·tər]
(computer science)
The character in the leftmost position in a number or word.
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Frank 'n'Furter's most significant character traits remain, he adds: "He's strong and arrogant and sexy and vulnerable.
The most significant character will be a contemporary version of Richard de Claret, Lord of Glamorgan and Hereford, who granted the charter on March 13, 1254.
The author's target audience would best be for those unfamiliar with Dante's work and criticism, since he approaches the poem step by step, giving an overview of each circle of the afterlife and describing the most significant characters, motifs and allegories.

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