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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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Let S be a dominating set of [C.sub.m][??][C.sub.n]; then for all i [member of] [n] considered modulo n one has [absolute value of S [intersection] [C.sup.i-1.sub.m]] + 2[absolute value of S [intersection] [C.sup.i.sub.m]] [greater than or equal to] m.
For dominating [v.sub.i + 3] there must be one of [v.sub.i + 7] or [v.sub.i-1] in S.
Hypothesis 2: There is a significant difference among managers' cognitive CQ and dominating conflict resolution style depends on their knowledge of foreign language.
(i) V(G) is always a majority dominating set for any G.
A common psychological strategy used by people to feel better about themselves is to align themselves with a perceived superior dominating group and put down their own country and people at every opportunity.
For this graph G, we present some dominating sets for possible values of [m.sub.D](G).
Fast Fourier transform (FFT) and autocorrelation functions were used to find the dominating wavelength of the sheet, but more than one wavelength may be significant.
I've got a family now and a life away from snooker but when I was coming up and dominating, snooker was everything.
A compensating voltage source could produce large (and dominating) noise and also repeated compensations for zeroing the output voltage might be necessary.
It is also a tale of a highly successful man who has, consciously or not, merely substituted one dominating father figure for another, the United States of America.
The Orient, argued Said, was one of Europe's "deepest and most recurring images of the Other." It was "almost a European invention" that served as "a Western style for dominating, restructuring, and having authority over the Orient." Superiority over the Other was one motive for this phenomenon; another was self-definition.
Entertainment will be the dominating force in wireless content within the next five years, according to a new study.