strong dominance


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strong dominance

In health care management, any strategy that provides a more effective and less costly solution to a problem.
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The second unit records a strong dominance of tabulate corals, whereas stromatoporoids account for only 2% of the whole rock.
There is a strong dominance of expatriates in the business and youth unemployment has been on the rise.
The competitive landscape in fragrances is characterised by the strong dominance of the five leading companies, which in 2013 accounted for 85% of total fragrances value sales combined.
Having that strong dominance in so many markets is really good for us and our business right here in the North Bay," Augustus said.
But quarterly trade figures highlight Iran's strong dominance in Turkey's crude imports.