Having a major movie backing up the program can only bolster its relationship with MLB.
Polonium is also at the center of a major plot line currently playing out on the daytime soap opera General Hospital.
But the major bouts are all on premium cable or pay-per-view.
All three major players—Israel, the United States and the Palestinians— have either made mistakes in recent years.
Well, we are going to pick back up, and the next time you see Bishop there will be a major action happening.
At the same instant, major Barton entered, followed by two men.
We are confident of the success of this major venture in world recovery.
major Phillips was welcomed with both hands and tucked into the car.
major Vernier, of Pulaski's legion, and twenty-five men, were killed.
“I saw him and Begum going out together just now,” said the major.
c.1300, from Latin maior (earlier *magjos), irregular comparative of magnus "large, great" (see magnate). Used in music (of modes, scales, or chords) since 1690s, on notion of an interval a half-tone greater than the minor.
military rank, 1640s, from French major, short for sergent-major, originally a higher rank than at present, from Medieval Latin major "chief officer, magnate, superior person," from Latin maior "an elder, adult," noun use of the adjective (see major (adj.)). The musical sense attested by 1797.
"focus (one's) studies," 1910, American English, from major (n.) in sense of "subject of specialization" (1890). Related: Majored; majoring. Earlier as a verb, in Scottish, "to prance about, or walk backwards and forwards with a military air and step" [Jamieson, 1825].