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the act of exercising controlling power or the condition of being so controlled

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superior development of one side of the body

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the organic phenomenon in which one of a pair of alleles present in a genotype is expressed in the phenotype and the other allele of the pair is not

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2001 Dominance hierarchy in different stages of development in colonies of the primitively eusocial wasp Mischocyttarus cerberus styx (Hymenoptera, Vespidae).
We should create a rival (oil) bourse and market and break the dominance of the dollar," the president underscored.
The Information Dominance Corps will create a cadre of information specialists, who come with individual community identities and unite to be managed as a corps, developed as a corps, and to fight as a corps," said Vice Adm.
They are found in many everyday household substances including food, and a growing number of scientists believe that they are one of the main contributing factors to the growing epidemic of estrogen dominance around the world.
To formally correct and dispel all the published misinformation he published his 1999 article, "Alpha Status, Dominance and Division of Labor in Wolf Packs," in the Canadian Journal of Zoology.
Encouraging the breakdown and elimination of estrogen is another way to decrease estrogen dominance.
However, proliferation of increasingly capable international aircraft & double-digit SAMs means we are not guaranteed future air dominance if we don't work at it.
Michael] Moseley, he and I have spent our lifetime executing, instructing, and providing air dominance for the joint force.
Is the CFR dominance at the upper echelons of our government newsworthy?
A neutral redistricting plan will help independent candidates by reducing the political dominance of special interests and party apparatchiks during the primary season.
In the brains offish that ascended to dominance, the researchers found larger numbers of activated egr-1 genes than they did in the brains of subordinate or dominant cichlids not undergoing a status change.
Tesco has extended its dominance over the GB grocery map but there are pockets of resistance--and opportunities, according to the latest demographic survey from location planning and market analysis company CACI.
language specific versus language neutral memory) whereby language(s)memory links are based solely on L1 versus L2 proficiency and/or dominance.
Thus one dwells on the fact that, in Cubist Landscape, 1980, for example, a circle falls just off center and breaks at just the spot so that its slight dominance of the painting's lower left is lightened, and it seemingly propels itself back to the center.
The dominance of the "bloody code" in recounting eighteenth-century English criminal justice is quite as much challenged by King as conventional notions of England's landed elite are by Thompson.