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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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Then, since v dominates w, it follows that v [member of] L(S) for every S [member of] S such that w [member of] L(S).
Bleach kraft pulps (BKP) dominate the market wood pulp business--a fact that is not about to change.
A spare, elegant stabile (by Benoit Petit), with a tiny boat perched on the end of one spindly arm, dominates the stage space at Transbordeur, a former factory.
Finally, energy from radioactivity will dominate the light.
Best: Fox's new shows dominate both categories on Sunday.
Although radio is now peripheral to television in terms of media consumption, the fact remains that music dominates radio output, and the two are self-reliant.
Chaminade dominates the line of scrimmage with bigger, stronger players and doesn't allow Paraclete of Lancaster to run enough.
Today, if a team dominates an era, that's usually enough for dynasty status, and that seems to be fine with most people.
ATI and 3DLabs continue to jostle for market share, but it's Nvidia's Quadro brand that still dominates, commanding 69% of the units and over 73% of revenue.
9 in the 100, dominates High Desert small schools in four sports.