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having superior power and influence

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Afterwards the courts' decision and criteria for the preponderant agent in broadcast will be explored, highlighting the relevance for the IFT considering the high regulatory deference in judicial proceedings that is expected to continue.
OXFORD: When one state is preponderant in power resources, observers often refer to the situation as hegemonic.
Par consequent, certaines conventions ont ete etablies afin de guider le president (et le president d'un comite plenier) dans les rares cas oo il doit user de son droit de vote preponderant Plus specifiquement, le president vote normalement de maniere a maintenir le statu quo .
5 million, preponderant in Muslim countries, Dawoodi Bohra community generates an annual GDP of $4 billion and enjoys 100 percent literacy rate.
It is our concern to create conditions in our region that are peaceful, stable, inclusive in outlook and absent of any preponderant power and where big and small countries interact in similar norms and rules,'' said Natalegawa, who is now in New York for the U.
TDAP spokesman said that new and unconventional products are emerging, as the textile sector exports are surely but steadily loosing their preponderant share and now account for 53 percent of our exports.
Is Medvedev merely looking to reform the preponderant state sector or does he want to break it up?
Maryland's major policy weaknesses include: (1) Awards tenure virtually automatically; (2) Fails to make evidence of student learning the preponderant criterion in teacher evaluations; (3) Does not ensure that elementary teachers are well prepared to teach mathematics; and (4) Does not ensure that special education teachers have subject-matter knowledge.
The world's largest retailer holds a preponderant 63% share of the discount general merchandise business in the metro area, while Target Corp.
Nevertheless, the virtues in this volume are preponderant.
Lucia suggere que nous devons aller de l'avant en donnant aux patients un role preponderant dans la determination de leurs soins et dans l'utilisation de strategies autogerees afin d'atteindre ce but.
Though the faintest hint of boos could be made out, the preponderant sound was applause and encouragement.
But we should perhaps take solace from the German poll in the 1970s where the preponderant majority denied that the holocaust ever occurred on their soil.
A Superior Court affirmed (59) that proof of unconstitutional distortion is not required for a company to receive alternative apportionment (Multistate Tax Commission (MTC) Section 18 relief); instead, the requesting party, either the taxpayer or Department of Revenue (DOR),has only to provide preponderant evidence that the (1) statutory formula does not fairly reflect Alaska business activity and (2) proposed alternative formula is reasonable.