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  • n  any very large body of (salt) water
  • n  a principal pipe in a system that distributes water or gas or electricity or that collects sewage
  • s  most important element
    the main doors were of solid glass
  • a  (of a clause) capable of standing syntactically alone as a complete sentence
    the main (or independent) clause in a complex sentence has at least a subject and a verb
  • s  of force; of the greatest possible intensity
    by main strength

  • The past never seems to give up on the state of Maine.
  • Detroit's main train station, opened in 1913 has not been used since 1988.
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  • John McCain in Sydney Morning Herald
    The Republicans' presidential candidate, Senator John McCain, said in an interview: "The first thing I'd do is say, let's not call it a bail-out. Let's call it a rescue. Because it is a rescue. It's a rescue of Main Street America."
  • Johnny Weir in The Associated Press
    The main reason for my decision is to have more time to reinvent my skating,Weir said. "I want to create a new skating image for myself so that when I return to competitive skating, I can perform in a way that is both unique and inspiring....
  • Arjen Robben in
    We played a difficult match,he said. "Main thing is, we are through. Probably the perfect game has still to come."

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