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Dominate

 

a conventional term sometimes used in historical literature to signify the unlimited monarchy that arose in ancient Rome in the later Empire, beginning in the reign of Diocletian, who ruled from 284 to 305. It is the opposite of the principate, the political system that preserved several republican institutions.

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The Dominator suggests changes to the agenda, break times, and the day's start and stop times.
Corsair's release of the new DDR3-1600 DOMINATOR memory, combined with an Intel P35 or X38 Express chipset based motherboard, plus an Intel Extreme Edition CPU, shows just how exciting platforms based on DDR3 will be.
Dominators can be wondrously creative when they have to be, but they're also geniuses of simplicity.
The dominators then let the other guy's butterflies become a weapon on their behalf.
Dominators have a difficult time savoring victory, and they dwell on their defeats almost obsessively.
Obviously those folks don't know much about dominators.
After a while, a true dominator can conjure the sense that the gods are aligned against you, that defeat is inevitable.
4) If node is in state and has the lowest id among all its active neighbors or there is no active neighbor, it declares itself as a dominator by broadcasting a DOMINATOR message, and goes to state .
Round 1: Node marks itself black and sends out a DOMINATOR message(see Figure 4(a)).
Round 2: Upon receiving the DOMINATOR message from node, node and mark themselves gray, and send out the DOMINATEE messages(see Figure 4(b)).
Round 4: Node 3 has the lowest id among its active neighbor, so marks itself black and sends out a DOMINATOR message.
Round 6: Since node has no active neighbor, so it marks itself black and sends out a DOMINATOR message (see Figure 4(d)).