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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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MasterCard, IHOP, Denny's, Burger King and others have appropriated his sayings--among them, "Bless up," "Another one" and "Major key"--in an effort to appeal to millennials.
One major key to winning the latest contracts was the civil engineering skills JC&C has added to its portfolio, which have also paved the way for other significant work with Sir Robert McAlpine at Akzo Nobel in Ashington, Ringway/ Eurovia Group at Doxford link road, Laing O'Rourke at Ryhope Hospital and the RVI redevelopment in Newcastle.
To beat deflation, Kuroda said the supply of "risk money" will be a major key. Japanese households' inclination to invest in safe assets "stands out" when compared to households in other countries due partly to Japan's prolonged economic stagnation and rooted sentiment of deflation.
drummer's second album since the death of pianist Esbjorn Svensson five years ago is still in places imbued with the deep sense of loss that Ostrom felt, but along with that melancholic air are brighter major key pieces and other signs of resolution.
Using a 37-color palette, the UC Berkeley study found that people tend to pair faster-paced music in a major key with lighter, more vivid, yellow colors, whereas slower-paced music in a minor key is more likely to be teamed up with darker, grayer, bluer colors.
To follow the fast rising trend of the market when it comes to quality and international services, National Futures and Commodities Exchange has identified major key points to further enhance its manpower services.
While the spring concerto, which is written in a major key, enhanced cognitive function, the autumn movement, also written in a major key, did not.
The kingdom's participation in such a major key conference testifies to its support for the efforts exerted by the Arab League to restore security and stability in brotherly Syria and help meet the Syrian people's expectations of reform, and commitment to take part in the rebuilding of the country.
"To find that inner-belief and strength was a major key.
A major key to a well-optimized site is to have effective title tags on all your pages.
A major key to his success was his entrepreneurial approach to developing, maintaining, and expanding Tuskegee Institute.
The ability of the company to improve Corporate Governance practices and mitigate forex fluctuation and price fluctuation risk are the major key rating sensitivities.

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