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I need to improve the title for a database website. Right now, it looks like this:

The High-Quality Biggest Global Company Database

The order of adjectives for this sentence is right, I think

Quality/opinion > Size > Origin > Purpose/qualifier

My question is, does this sentence correctly express 'the database THAT IS the biggest AND of high-quality'?

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    I need to verify the title for a database website. --- From your later comments and question, I believe verify is not the correct word for your first sentence. I believe "rewrite" or "better express" gives a more correct description of what you want to do. And yes, I realize this is quite tangential to your actual question. That's why I'm just commenting. – Dave L Renfro May 25 at 16:15
  • Naming is off topic. – Laurel May 25 at 16:23
  • @Laurel ok, I'll fix it – Adri May 25 at 16:29
  • The correct order depends on what exactly which adjective modifies. If biggest modifies company, this is alright. If it modifies database, it is not. (Then again if it modifies company, I'm not sure what it's doing in there at all. What does that even mean.) As to capitalization, you can capitalize anything you want any way you want to as long as you do it consistently. We would need to look at every single title of every single section on every single page on your website to be able tell if what you have here is fine or not. – RegDwigнt May 25 at 16:58
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    @RegDwigнt as to your 2nd comment, this is for a school project lol – Adri May 25 at 17:23