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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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As human resource practitioners, let us not allow this type of culture to prevail, to let the employees be dominated and influenced by external entities or we will lose the high performance culture in an organisation.
For the converse, just observe that the cycle of a ladder formed by the vertices of degree at least 3 is not dominated.
The rest of this paper is devoted to the study of RC-signed dominated graphs [Gamma](G, H).
United Kingdom--At an inter-regional level, the UK was dominated by global, Middle Eastern and U.
This market is now dominated by CCDs because, until today, CMOS sensors have not had the required technical capability.
Your boyfriend wants to dominate you more than you want to be dominated and no good sex will ensue while this imbalance continues to exist.
The appalling rule of the civil engineer over the fabric of civilization, a reign which so dominated and horridly destroyed our notions of decent urban life in the second half of the last century, is surely coming to a close--at least in Europe, if not in much of Asia, Africa and the US.
The maximum 100 M[omega] transfer resistance was dominated by the voltage gain for the input drift of the bootstrap amplifier.
Their small state is dominated by the port city that exchanges goods, ideas, and people.
These statistics demonstrate that many senior women managers work in environments which are numerically dominated by men.
Is she as desperate for attention as Monica Lewinsky, who dominated the news at this time?
Milton Unbound proposes nothing less than a transformation of the critical paradigm that has dominated Milton studies for the last thirty years.