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prime

(prīm) [L. primus, first]
1. The period of greatest health and strength.
2. To give an initial treatment in preparation for either a larger dose of the same medicine, or a different medicine.

prime

n : a cue given to prompt, facilitate or inhibit a particular response in experimental studies; or v : the act of presenting a prime.

prime

first grade or best quality.
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Aside from Ilagan, running for mayor are Gualberto Silva of Nationalist People's Coalition and independent candidate Primely Regalado.
K ukonceni fakticke pravni imunity SVS pusobicich v Iraku doslo az v dusledku incidentu spolecnosti Blackwater, ktere primely irackou vladu k jednoznacnemu pozadavku, aby i pro zamestnance SVS platily mistni zakony.
30 Wall is primely located, close to such New York institutions as the Stock Exchange, Trinity Church and Federal Hall National Memorial.