17-18 yields dominant to subdominant
to mediant to dominant seventh in second inversion to tonic, creating smooth voice leading between the root position triad and the inverted seventh chord, and prolonging the dominant function until its resolution to tonic.
After all, he writes that his particular division between dominants and subdominants
"entails a fair amount of theoretical choice, one might even say whimsy" (p.
2e, f), with a subdominant
finer silt population (20-25 [micro]m) also apparent in the B horizons.
vagus in egg-feeding  suggests that this complex of species feed on eggs and preimaginal stages of the species from the dominant and subdominant
Thus, we first aimed to assess whether short-term DC therapy pulsed with subdominant
determinants better protected NOD from T1D compared to unpulsed DC.
The greater availability of bare ground in habitats with bison suggests a greater availability of safe sites for new seedling or ramet establishment by subdominant
or understory forbs.
However, community composition of the two species that were subdominant
during the outbreak increased between 2000 and 2001 (Fig.
It is formed by main, subdominant
and aggregated species.
On the other hand, differences in bacterioplankton were associated with variations in the relative abundances of the subdominant
groups in each lake, as was observed in the higher contribution of Actinobacteria in the turbid lakes, and particularly in the higher proportion of Gammaproteobacteria, Betaproteobacteria and Cytophaga in the phytoplankton turbid one.
The relation that was chosen most frequently was deemed the dominant relation and the other was the subdominant
In essence this study views the societal dominant racial culture as the locally subdominant
racial culture, and thus CRT fits as an appropriate theoretical framework.
Only three species were classified as eudominant; two were dominant; two were subdominant
; four were classified as recessive and four as rare.