Some articles on secondary:
... There are two secondary schools in Longueuil operated by the Riverside School Board Centennial Regional High School in Greenfield Park and Heritage Regional High School in Saint-Hubert ... There are seven secondary schools in Longueuil operated by the Commission scolaire Marie-Victorin ... There are also three private francophone secondary schools, all of which are in Le Vieux-Longueuil ...
... Upon completion of the 4- or 5-year secondary school education, students (excluding IP students) will participate in the annual Singaporean GCE 'O' Level, the results of which determine which pre-universities or ... to pursue vocational education go on to post-secondary institutions such as the polytechnics and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE), where they ... course at junior colleges after graduating from secondary school is determined by the L1R5 (first language + 5 relevant subjects) scoring system ...
... the primary is a G-type star and the secondary is between a G-type and F-type star in its evolution ... The secondary is formally classified as a G0III class star (G-type giant) ... (R☉) and a mass of 2.47 solar masses (M☉) the secondary has a radius of 8.75 R☉ and a mass of 2.44 M☉ ...
More definitions of "secondary":
- (adj): Inferior in rank or status.
Synonyms: junior-grade, inferior, lower, lower-ranking, lowly, petty, subaltern, subordinate
- (noun): Coil such that current is induced in it by passing a current through the primary coil.
Synonyms: secondary coil, secondary winding
- (noun): The defensive football players who line up behind the linemen.
- (adj): Depending on or incidental to what is original or primary.
Example: "A secondary infection"
- (adj): Of second rank or importance or value; not direct or immediate.
Example: "The stone will be hauled to a secondary crusher"; "a secondary source"; "a secondary issue"; "secondary streams"
- (adj): Belonging to a lower class or rank.
Famous quotes containing the word secondary:
“A man may be defeated by his own secondary successes.”
—Woodrow Wilson (18561924)
“Readers are less and less seen as mere non-writers, the subhuman other or flawed derivative of the author; the lack of a pen is no longer a shameful mark of secondary status but a positively enabling space, just as within every writer can be seen to lurk, as a repressed but contaminating antithesis, a reader.”
—Terry Eagleton (b. 1943)
“Words are always getting conventionalized to some secondary meaning. It is one of the works of poetry to take the truants in custody and bring them back to their right senses.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)