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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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9%, as it continues to dominate the budget feature phone segment.
If dominate is to stop the opponent to play, making foul after foul, yes they also dominate.
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I think it's going to be harder to have one guy stand out like that, because the talent is so much deeper in each tournament that it's harder to dominate the whole world like that.
Towering mountain peaks and lush rain forests dominate the east, while low-lying deserts that receive almost no rain all year can be found in the west.
Females of many of these species likewise dominate social groups and develop enlarged genitalia that look male.
But Couple families in Oshawa, where General Motors and auto parts manufacturers dominate the employment scene, had the highest median total family income among all census metropolitan areas Statistics Canada reports.
The future for the Navy-Marine Corps team requires our naval forces to dominate the near land battlespace and provide access for our nation's joint warfighting team," said Chief of Naval Operations Adm.
I DOUBT it but most men feel a strong urge to dominate their sexual partner in some respect.
Financial transactions now dominate economic exchanges to extent not known before.
Bleached kraft market pulp will dominate, but unbleached kraft is making a comeback.
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