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mainly

adverb above all, all in all, all things considered, chiefly, consequentially, effectively, essentially, exhaustive, first, foremost, in general, in the main, on balance, on the whole, overall, particularly, predominantly, preponderantly, prevailing, primarily, principally, usually
See also: a fortiori, ab initio, as a rule, generally, particularly
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Temperatures are set to further drop by two degrees Celsius and approach the seasonal average with mainly sunny and pleasant conditions in mountainous areas and hot conditions in the Jordan Valley.
Respondents were asked the question, 'Please tell me if you think each of the following countries is having a mainly positive or mainly negative influence in the world?
Managing Director Doug Smith and his deal team including affiliate Ahmad Behjati and vice president Ryan Johnson led the Generational Equity deal team that advised Mainly Monograms on the transaction.
1Q 2013 mainly due to revaluation gains on FX-denominated pension assets as a result of one-off devaluation of KZT in February 2014.
Mainly Mozart's educational outreach programs are enjoyed by over 30,000 students in the U.
1% as compared with a year ago, mainly due to the price increase - by 31.
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All design and production takes place in Europe, mainly in Italy, Spain and Portugal.
The three chapters dealing mainly with the antebellum period form part one, underlined by the molding of the mob violence as a lynching culture.
This paper reports on case study that investigated the development of mainly tacit and mainly explicit components of knowledge of area measurement of a student-pair.
Between 1909 and 1963, carbohydrate consumption decreased in the United States, mainly because we weren't eating as many whole grains.
4% from February to March 2004, mainly due to increased prices in most groups except food.