Or Peter Pronovost who also has just staked his claim for primacy with his own version of The Birth of the Checklist.
He informs us that, when listening to records, it is the beat he hears first, that it has primacy over the melody or lyrics.
And while abolition of the air force is unlikely, the factions that believe in the primacy of boots on the ground are influential.
Those making more than $500,000 asserted that our period of primacy has not ended, 57 percent to 25 percent.
Now, its descendent organizations are dedicated to advancing the 20th-century throwback notion of the primacy of the nation-state.
Buckle was the great advocate of the primacy of intellectual development in the sense of increase of natural knowledge.
Athelard, who succeeded Jaenbert in 790, had the primacy restored to him.
Throughout his primacy Cranmer actively supported the reforming party.
Its primacy is not only one of time, but of importance also.
He is used to go to our public prayers without scruple, and did not acknowledge the Pope's infallibility, only primacy of order.
late 14c., from Old French primacie (14c., in Modern French spelled primatie) and directly from Medieval Latin primatia "office of a church primate" (late 12c.), from Late Latin primas (genitive primatis) "principal, chief, of the first rank" (see primate).