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    Music Major and minor, types of scale, key, chord or interval; also, Major scale Major chord The names of various intervals, such as a Major third or Major sixth Major, a method of Change ringing rung on eight church bells Major record label The Majors (band), an American R&B group Majors (band), a Danish hip-hop groupPeopleSurname Clarence Major (born 1936), American poet Edward Major (1615–c. 1655), Virginia colonial politician John Major (born 1943), British Prime Minister John C. Major (born 1931), Canadian jurist Corporal Leo Major (1921–2008), Corporal in the Canadian Army Mark Major (born 1970), Canadian ice hockey player William James Major (1881–1953), Canadian politician and jurist Bill Majors (born 1960), American Christian missionary Johnny Majors (born 1935), American football player and coach Lee Majors (born 1939), American actor Shirley Majors (1914–1981), American football coach; father of several notable football players and coaches, the most famous being Johnny Majors Les Major (1926–2001), English footballer William T. Major (1790-1867), American pastorGiven or nickname Major Applewhite (born 1978), American football quarterback and coach Major Harris (born 1968), American football quarterback Marshall Taylor (1878–1932), known as 'Major' Taylor, American cyclist Rod Majors, nom de porn of porn star and award winning journalist Matt SanchezFictional Major Gowen, character on the British television series Fawlty Towers Major Major Major Major, character in Joseph Heller's novel Catch-22 The Major (Hellsing), character in the Japanese manga series Hellsing The Major, nickname of Motoko Kusanagi, character in the Japanese anime/manga series Ghost in the ShellPlaces Major, Saskatchewan, a village in Canada Lake Major, Nova Scotia, Canada Mount Major, a small mountain in New Hampshire, United States Major, the Hungarian name for Maieru Commune, Bistriţa-Năsăud County, RomaniaSpeciesLatin binomial abbreviations for species A. major (disambiguation) C. major (disambiguation) L. majorSportGolfIn golf, a major or "major championship" is one of an elite tier of annual tournaments:Men Men's major golf championships The Masters U.S. Open The Open Championship (also called "British Open") PGA Championship Senior major golf championships Senior PGA Championship The Tradition Senior Players Championship U.S. Senior Open The Senior Open ChampionshipWomen Women's major golf championships Kraft Nabisco Championship LPGA Championship U.S. Women's Open Women's British OpenTennisIn tennis, the four Grand Slam events are also known as the "majors": Australian Open French Open The Championships, Wimbledon US OpenOther sports
    Wikipedia) - Major Common anglophone military ranks Navies Armies Air forces Officers Seamen, soldiers and airmen
    Admiral of the fleet Marshal or Field marshal Marshal of the air force
    Admiral General Air chief marshal
    Vice admiral Lieutenant general Air marshal
    Rear admiral Major general Air vice-marshal
    Commodore Brigadier Air commodore
    Captain Colonel Group captain
    Commander Lieutenant colonel Wing commander
    Lieutenant commander Major or Commandant Squadron leader
    Lieutenant Captain Flight lieutenant
    Sub-lieutenant Lieutenant Flying officer
    Ensign Second lieutenant Pilot officer
    Midshipman Officer cadet Officer cadet
    Warrant officer Sergeant major or Warrant officer Warrant officer
    Petty officer Sergeant Sergeant
    Leading seaman Corporal Corporal
    Seaman Private Aircraftman
    This article is about the military rank. For other uses, see Major (disambiguation). Not to be confused with mayor.

    Major is a military rank of commissioned officer, with corresponding ranks existing in many military forces. When used unhyphenated, in conjunction with no other indicators, the rank is just senior to that of an army captain and right below the rank of lieutenant colonel. It is considered the most junior of the field officer ranks.

    Majors are typically assigned as specialized executive or operations officers for battallion-sized units of 300 to 1,200 soldiers. In some militaries, notably France and Ireland, the rank of major is referred to as commandant, while in others it is known as captain-major. It is also used in some police forces and other paramilitary rank structures, such as the New York State Police, New Jersey State Police and several others. As a police rank, Major roughly corresponds to the UK rank of Superintendent.

    When used in hyphenated or combined fashion, the term can also imply seniority at other levels of rank, including general-major or major general, denoting a mid-level general officer, and sergeant major, denoting the most senior NCO of a military unit. The term Major can also be used with a hyphen to denote the leader of a military band such as in pipe-major or drum-major.

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