But they must not be in the majority, he said.
I just question whether they are in the majority of their party.
In the great majority of those cases nothing goes wrong.
And they've been in the majority for a very long time.
Now, in the majority of families, both people are working, or they're single parents.
You certainly do go after the one that's in the majority.
But they add that these people are probably not in the majority.
You know, little bit at a time until you're in the majority.
You'd have thought that they'd be better off without a special name: after all, they are in the majority.
In the majority of cases, I would say there's probably a few there.