n.1.The office or rank of a major.
v. t.1.To augment; to increase.
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73, located within the wires of the majorate with a length of 315 m on the section from km 1 + 500 to km 1 + 815.
The second term is bounded by [epsilon]'[mu]([K.sub.n]) = [epsilon][mu]([K.sub.n])/2 and we majorate the first term by [epsilon]"([sup.sub.X][absolute value of (f)])[mu]([K.sub.n]) = [epsilon][mu]([K.sub.n])/2.