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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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By Lemma 2.2, [S.sub.1] dominates the most vertices in the among sets of vertices with cardinality [absolute value of [S.sub.1]].
Compute the matrix D e [{0, 1}.sup.nxn] such that [d.sub.ij] = 1 if and only if [v.sub.i] dominates [v.sub.j], for 1 [less than or equal to] i < j [less than or equal to] n.
"We are facing one of the best back lines in world rugby and we need dominate their backs.
Bleach kraft pulps (BKP) dominate the market wood pulp business--a fact that is not about to change.
CTR: Is RAID technology now Fibre Channel-focused, or does SCSI continue to dominate?
In the countries that dominate casting production, like France, Germany and Italy, the share of steel castings of total production is between 4.5-6.5%.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-16 June 2000-Media players set to take the lead in wireless content industry as entertainment dominates (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The shadow university, with its shadow curriculum, dominates freshman orientation, residential programming, extracurricular student life, the promulgation of codes, and regulations, and the administration of what passes, on our campuses, for justice.
With Brazilians, Mexicans, Argentines and others sharing product category expertise in different parts of the region, the ideas started to flow In Brazil, where Unilever absolutely dominates the detergent business with some 80% of the market, the one segment with a gaping hole in participation were poor people.
Popular wisdom has it that the U.S., so powerful in so many ways, dominates the cultural world.
Others, like the gigantic computer-generated figure which dominates EJM 2, are prerecorded.
This vision of the harsh pedant pervades Marxist, deconstructionist, and New Historicist readings alike, all echoing a Milton who, "having established fallen engagement, dominates it" (7).