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For an industry that for a century was built on the primacy of movie theaters, the news was earth-shattering.
Because of the digital revolution, television advertising has lost some of its primacy.
Henderson says she believes there is a class of actions that benefit both the shareholders and stakeholders that have been overlooked owing to years of shareholder primacy.
A series of breakthrough experiments on the visual cortex of the cat, by Torsten Wiesel and David Hubel, cemented the explanatory primacy of a mapping approach to brain function in sensory systems.
Both sides can point to some eye-popping statistics in America, the country which is perhaps ground-zero for shareholder primacy.
He was a learned man, author of several literary productions, and was offered the primacy, which he declined.
Athelard, who succeeded Jaenbert in 790, had the primacy restored to him.
In the centuries that lie before us, the primacy of the world will lie with the English People.
The factors that strengthen these tendencies or connections are the frequency, recency, primacy, and vividness of experience.
THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN NATUREWILLIAM HENRY PYLE
Went to M. des Billiers: he attacked me again on the primacy of jurisdiction.

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