preeminence


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Synonyms for preeminence

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high status importance owing to marked superiority

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L'article La preeminence de l'initiative d'autonomie consacree a nouveau est apparu en premier sur ALBAYANE .
The question is not whether such interaction exists, but what are its conditioning circumstances, without which Jewish preeminence will surely disappear.
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Historically accurate, A Seeping Wound is a dark story of human cruelty, and an ode to the preeminence of the human spirit.
"Their achievements have served as motivation for our current students to continue their personal journeys to preeminence."
The Delaware Court of Chancery and the Delaware Supreme Court have helped the state maintain its preeminence by striking a balance in the application of these laws between entrepreneurship by management and the rights of investors.
Il traite egalement des moyens qu'elle utilisait pour se representer, pour exprimer sa preeminence sociale et pour maintenir son prestige.
Summary: Washington - Members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) are unanimous regarding the preeminence and pertinence of Morocco's serious and credible proposal to grant autonomy to its southern provinces, the Sahara, Foreign Minsiter, Taib Fassi Fihri said on Tuesday.
He also gives the reader a tangy flavour of one of the most glamorous cities in the world, when it was still hustling and muscling its way into preeminence.
In this period of swelling reserves, the dollar has retained its preeminence. It still accounts for nearly 65 percent of identifiable currency stockpiles, according to the latest IMF data.
Equally so, there was a supposed preeminence in its financial and military capabilities which now has been severely put into question.
* Pinkberry has gained an impressive ally in its struggle with Red Mango for preeminence among the emerging chains in the rejuvenated frozen yogurt category.
Long before America achieved preeminence among the world's civilizations in the twentieth century, Benjamin Franklin, at the conclusion of the Constitutional Convention in 1787, looked at the carving of the sun on the back of the President's chair and wondered whether it depicted a rising or a setting sun.
Bar-Hebraeus argues that both "government of preeminence" and "royal government" (nos.
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