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dominate

(dom′ĭnāt″) [L. dominari, to master, control]
1. In behavioral health, to control, govern, or wield authority over others.
2. In health care administration or public health, to provide an option superior to others.
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Using Corsair's DOMINATOR memory modules, Dell's XPS 730 gaming desktop runs with rock-solid stability at the overclocked memory frequency of 1600 MHz.
Corsair's DOMINATOR DDR3 modules were the only logical choice for the best-in-class performance memory required for the Dell XPS 730.
What this means for you is that putting Influencers or Dominators together can create a weak link in your team.
With Dominators, maximize their contribution to the team by being clear, specific, brief, and to-the-point.
Back in 2000, the Centrax unit discovered that the Jones & Shipman Dominator 634 CNC Production Surface/Creepfeed Grinder could hike productivity on so-called "hot end" precision grinding tasks.
Jones & Shipman are quick to point out that the Dominator takes a novel approach to the surface grinding process.
Optimized for Current and Future Intel Platforms, Corsair demonstrates production-ready DDR3-1600 DOMINATOR and previews next generation speed grade at DDR3-2000
At 25, Woods is emerging as the best of an elite crop of athletes -- the dominators -- those athletes who possess uncommon emotional control and unlimited reservoirs of passion.
The world is angry with America, not because it doesn't like cowboys and the Empire State Building, but because it doesn't like world dominators.
Connection speed and traffic management have become the main dominators of survival on both the short and long term - to this end our agreement with FLAG Telecom is essential.
It will be these industry dominators that will have been created and tested by the Chell.
For any edge (u, v) [member of] E, if u [member of] S and V [not member of] S, then u is v's dominator and is 's dominatee.