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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdominancedom‧i‧nance /ˈdɒmənəns $ ˈdɑː-/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable]  STRONG PERSONIMPORTANTthe fact of being more powerful, more important, or more noticeable than other people or thingsdominatedominance of the continuing dominance of the army in Ugandapolitical/economic/cultural etc dominance the economic and political dominance of Western countriesdominance over television’s dominance over other media
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dominanceParasites, for instance, affect dominance, at least in mice.In this culture, establishing dominance is often exalted.But if they challenge the bureaucratic-military oligarchy for dominance, they are likely to be confronted by a coupd'état.There, too, Theseus and the Minotaur struggle for dominance.But the theorists do not specify precisely how important Fordism was, nor how its hypothesized dominance was established.military dominanceCooley acknowledges the class structure as a pervasive reality and he too is distressed by the dominance of the top class.dominance overThe Buffalo Sabres continued their dominance over the Boston Bruins with a 5-0 win.
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