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the right and power to command, decide, rule, or judge

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

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To ready players and their troops for the fierce Winter ahead, DomiNations will feature several in- game events and Supply Drops that will give players the ability to advance through ages quicker than ever.
For full update notes and more information on DomiNations, visit www.
Nexon and Big Huge Games had announced a strategic partnership in July 2013, and the debut title, DomiNations, has reportedly garnered critical acclaim and international success, including surpassing 19 million total downloads worldwide since its launch in April 2015.
Now, with this agreement, Nexon and Big Huge Games will together provide long-term, comprehensive service of DomiNations, including game development, operations, user support and marketing.
The international community could not be surprised to see South Sudan being engulfed in conflict six months after independence because Dinka domination of state power is creating internal explosions.
At its core, the realist insight was that freedom from State control--public domination--is not really freedom at all when private structural dominations stand in wait to take over when the State retracts its regulatory claws.
Over here, it is supposed to ensure we are free from its own, public dominations.
This paper discusses the emergence and reinforcement of organizational political regimes based on domination and centralization in French organizations.
Domination and power are old concepts in organizational sociology, but the confrontation of two well-known approaches to politics in organizations, that of Weber and that of Crozier, suggests that an 'archaic' notion such as domination is still very useful for understanding how business leaders 'govern' organizations today.
The name of Dominations means a firm and inflexible government, which is shown in determining the things that are to be done.
The second hierarchy, the Dominations, the Virtues, and the Powers, consider how the end, God, can be attained, and therefore their names express the idea of government.
Currently, South Station is home to one of the country's largest station dominations boasting over 70 static advertising faces and experiential marketing opportunities.
Nexon and Big Huge Games partnered up in July 2013, and their debut title, DomiNations, has surpassed 19 million total downloads worldwide since its launch in April 2015.
The divine beings who form this hierarchy Are Dominations, Virtues, one and two, And, last, the Powers, whose order makes them three.
The award proceeding in connection with the cash compensation offered pursuant to the dominations agreement remains unaffected from this settlement.