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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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We have to dominate. We have to convey our point effectively," he said.
Each of [v.sub.i-2] or [v.sub.i + 9] dominates four new vertices {[v.sub.i-6], [v.sub.i-3], [v.sub.i-2], [v.sub.i + 2]} or {[v.sub.i + 5], [v.sub.i + 9], [v.sub.i + 10], [v.sub.i + 13]} respectively.
Say also that S is safe if v(S) dominates w(S), and that it is unsafe otherwise.
I know the forwards think they can dominate their pack again.
Bleached kraft market pulp will dominate, but unbleached kraft is making a comeback.
Financial transactions now dominate economic exchanges to extent not known before.
Structurally and visually, the central staircase in the rectangular atrium dominates the interior.
As far as unit numbers are concerned, SCSI based RAID still dominates when PCI RAID is included.
Clearly, for a large diode conductance, the noise of the bootstrap amplifier dominates. To avoid amplifier noise domination, the noise of the bootstrap amplifier's voltage noise density must be less than or equal to the detector noise.
Miao believes the biggest change in the next 5-10 years will be in the molding department of the collectively or privately owned foundries where hand molding of green sand dominates. The majority of the shift will be to jolt-squeeze machines with some operations incorporating medium-sized flasks or flaskless automatic molding machines together with automatic lines.
There is no reliable estimate of which religion dominates nationally, but Muslims are in a big majority in the north and Christians dominate in the east, while the south-west is mixed.
Anti-Semitism rightly angers him and dominates the background of the book.