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to occupy the preeminent position in

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The strength of the study lies in the fact that a population consisting of adolescents which is quite preponderate toward the risk of obesity in the future was studied and the finding revealed the real situation in a poor performing state like Uttar Pradesh.
In the much-discussed dedication to the novel, Smollett presents his vicious hero as an experiment designed to "teach us to relish the disgrace and discomfiture of vice, which is always an example of extensive use and influence, because it leaves a deep impression of terror upon the minds of those who were not confirmed in the pursuit of morality and virtue, and while the balance wavers, enables the right scale to preponderate" (43).
Waleed Faisal Al Fehaid, added, "Al AjialInvestment Fund Holding is one of the most prominent investment vehicles in Morocco and aims at expanding its investments in different preponderate sectors of the Nation's economy.
In the resorption phase, catabolic activities preponderate over anabolic responses resulting in radiographically visible degenerative changes such as flattening, sclerosis, or osteophyte in the articular bony areas [2].
Congress to hear from all sides in Iraq in order to know the facts that can not preponderate the view of one side on other sides of Iraqi society.
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also exercise their influence upon the course of the historical struggles and in many cases preponderate in determining their form'.
Despite the fact that Lagos and Port-Harcourt are very important seaports in Nigeria where there is generous availability of the affordable imported frozen fish of all types, they recorded prices above the average probably because they are thickly-populated and demand forces preponderate over supply forces.
The people, by throwing themselves into either scale, will infallibly make it preponderate. If their rights are invaded by either, they can make use of the other as the instrument of redress.' James Madison made much the same point: 'In a single republic, all the power surrendered by the people is submitted to the administration of a single government; and the usurpations are guarded against by a division of the government into distinct and separate departments.
Muhammad Asif brings to life the words of Johann Kaspar "The prudent see only the difficulties, the bold only the advantages, of a great enterprise; the hero sees both; diminishes the former and makes the latter preponderate, and so conquers".
[However,] everyone doesn't occupy the same position: certain positions preponderate and permit an effect of supremacy to be produced." (27) These effects of supremacy (and its necessary partner, subordination) induce particular subjectivities and thus particular understandings, depending upon where one is positioned within the web of power/knowledge and whether or not they resist those power relations.
the organization of the communities on the basis of religion would produce the most difficult problems in the administration of the province'.49 Although Nanak Chand admitted that even in the absence of communal electorates, the Punjab Muslims would still preponderate, he would still prefer to be ruled by a Muslim majority 'in whose election they (the Hindus) have a hand'.50
The people, by throwing themselves into either scale, will infallibly make it preponderate. (59) In sum, while the proximity of local government to the people will tend to produce local policies that the people prefer to federal alternatives, that may not always be the case in fact.
(185) Maliki jurists outlined a similar scheme, also asserting that private claims preponderate in defamation cases.