preeminence


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high status importance owing to marked superiority

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Thouvenin may shortly threaten Greggory's preeminence, since he's recently appeared in a new TV adaptation of Jean Cocteau's Les Parents Terribles in the part written expressly for the gay artist's lover, Jean Marais.
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There can be no doubt that Islam now occupies, and intends to retain, a preeminence in the public square which is no longer accessible to Christians.
In a heartfelt performance of La Sylphide, Platel once again proved her preeminence as a Romantic ballerina.
In developing the rules and specifications, the council adhered to two main principles: the preeminence of the national payments systems and universality.
The compliments paid to Cato's verse by contemporary poets bear witness to his preeminence.
The tendency to assign one sex preeminence in an academic area was not related either to the pattern of parental encouragement or to SAT scores.
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In the first era of 1492-1547, the writers commonly shared a concern over Spain's claims to preeminence based on its supposed discovery of the New World and also on the papal division of the world between Spain and Portugal.
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earmarking of research funds for specific universities, without merit competition, establishes a precedent that could jeopardize' the preeminence of U.
Florence and Tuscany are prominently represented, as one would expect given the preeminence of Tuscan writers in Italian literature between 1300 and 1560; but he includes as well authors from Milan, Bologna, Perugia, Genoa, and elsewhere.