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Synonyms for ascendant

Synonyms for ascendant

Synonyms for ascendant

position or state of being dominant or in control

someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)

tending or directed upward

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most powerful or important or influential

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Ascendant Technology (Atech) is the only end-to-end solution provider and software reseller dedicated to IBM technology specializing in web-based solutions.
The research initially was done at UAMS and then transferred to Ascendant to commercialize it, Moghadam said.
The Ascendant team is based out of Hobbs, NM and brings with them over 30 years of combined industry experience and USD140 million in AUM.
Second after nearly 300 days off the track, Ascendant also met with a slightly troubled passage in the closing stages so his performance was probably a little better than it actually looked.
Henry Harrison from Knight Frank, Richard Tomlinson from Halls Commercial and Paul Collins from Ascendant Europe
A pesar de la sed de nuevas fuentes de ingreso de Ecuador, "no se puede descartar que el tema de las minas termine en un bloqueo", dice Francisco Ventimilla, el gerente de Ascendant Copper.
3) Janet Cox-Rearick, who first published this black-chalk drawing, has pointed out that the astrological combination of Capricorn and Aries occurs most frequently in Medici art after the birth of Cosimo's heir, Francesco, in late March of 1541; Capricorn the Goat was the father's ascendant sign and Aries the Ram the son's.
A documentary entitled The Curse of Copper explains how Ascendant Copper Corporation's plans to construct a copper mine in Ecuador could destroy its cloud forests.
AFA601) LLEE CHAPMAN - ASCENDANT COPPER CORPORATION (ACX:TSX).
He shows that academic discourse on multiculturalism is sharply divided, and that the neoconservative position has, over the years, become ascendant to reinforce the white backlash.
In most of these countries, a version of open, free capitalism is ascendant.
It is one of the blessings of history that when Hitler threatened the world, our good side was ascendant.
The brand itself could be called one of the first "modern" beer brands, a tactical popular price aimed at an ascendant Schlitz.
Such devices, part of an ascendant technology known as spintronics (SN: 7/5/03, p.
If the Bush proposals prove ascendant, warned Feder, it is time to warn the children of the baby boomers that mom and dad are coming home to live with them.