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1 Jones had set out to intimidate and dominate Paul.
2 The book is expected to dominate the best-seller lists.
3 The strong usually dominate over the weak.
4 He has authority, but he doesn't try to dominate .
5 A great man can dominate others by force of character.
6 The countries of Eastern Europe immediately started to dominate.
7 He never let his work dominate his life.
8 The giant jets that increasingly dominate the world's airways.
9 Mountains dominate the Welsh landscape.
10 Ugly tower blocks dominate the skyline.
11 The superpower attempted to dominate over other countries.
12 Price tends to dominate all other considerations.
13 Don't allow your problems to dominate your life.
14 The big companies dominate the lower price points.
15 No single factor appears to dominate.
16 She must dominate her passions.
17 Farming interests now dominate many of the National Park committees.
18 The issue of gun control will dominate the next election.
19 The U.S.A. attempted to dominate over the rest of the world.
20 Sports, and not learning, seem to dominate in the school.
21 Will Big Blue dominate the entire computer industry?
22 Women tend to dominate your literary landscapes, why?
23 Three policy issues will dominate the early 1990s.
24 Voice over Imaculate conifers dominate this garden.
25 A handful of multinational companies dominate the economy.
26 But the abortion issue continued to dominate informal discussions.
27 She always says a lot in meetings, but she doesn't dominate.
28 If moderates fail to reach a compromise ,[www.Sentencedict.com] the extremists will dominate the agenda.
29 When they were in company she always seemed to dominate the conversation.
30 They work as a group — no one person is allowed to dominate.
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