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the fact of possessing or the legal right to possess something

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

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Thus, every British dominion, colony, mandate, and protectorate had its name inscribed on a locomotive.
He argues that Protestantism, inherently pluralistic, provided not only the paradigms for British dominion and possession but also "its chief languages of imperial dissent" (2-3).
While the Protestants in Northern Ireland - especially Paisley's group - remain committed to the province continuing under British dominion and the Catholics insist on the province being reunited with the mostly Catholic Republic of Ireland to the south, there remains hope of finding a common ground.
At the British Dominion Social Club in Garden Grove, all of England's matches will be shown live, in addition to selected other matches.
The central paradox of the personal rule of Charles I was that he claimed British dominion, yet he never established a British executive to provide sound and informed counsel for Ireland as well as Scotland and England.
The Liberty Tree of Boston, felled by British soldiers in 1776, still lives on as a symbol of colonial resistance to British dominion.
India and Pakistan have suffered through 65 years of mutual mistrust and hostility, even going to war on four separate occasions since British dominion ended.
Eynon Hawkins of Pontyclun, near Llantrisant, showed great courage and presence of mind when the oil tanker British Dominion was struck by Uboat torpedoes on January 10, 1943.
AS an able seaman serving aboard the oil tanker British Dominion, Eynon Hawkins won the Albert Medal (translated to George Cross in 1972) for his courageous leadership in rallying crew members in the water after they had jumped from their torpedoed ship.
As an able seaman serving aboard the oil tanker British Dominion in January 1943, Eynon Hawkins won the Albert Medal - which was translated to the George Cross in 1972 - for his courageous leadership in rallying crew members in the water after they had jumped from the torpedoed ship.
As an able seaman serving aboard the oil tanker British Dominion in January 1943, Eynon Hawkins won the Albert Medal (which was translated to the George Cross in 1972) for his courageous leadership in rallying crew members in the water after they had jumped from the torpedoed ship.
1834: Slavery was abolished in all British dominions.
His specialty is wartime histories of Australia and other British dominions, with a particular interest in aviation and air power.
But direct appeals issued by the Colonial Office in October and December 1915 urging indigenous populations in British Dominions to enlist caused Canadian officials to formally encourage Indian mobilization, a policy change that stimulated a dramatic increase in Aboriginal recruits.
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