It contains a mixture of modern and outmoded industry and agriculture, increasingly dominated by the private sector.
The industrial sector, initially dominated by steel, has become increasingly diversified to include chemicals, rubber, and other products.
Why does she not to this day dominate the world culturally and politically?
Alyosha feltinstinctively that a character like Katerina Ivanovna’s must dominate,and she could only dominate someone like Dmitri, and never a manlike Ivan.
What, I think, is clearly established, is that a man's actions and beliefs may be wholly dominated by a desire of which he is quite unconscious, and which he indignantly repudiates when it is suggested to him.
Except perhaps for aerospace, there has been no technology more thoroughly dominated by Americans than the telephone.
HAVELOCK ELLIS ON BLONDES AND BRUNETTES The noted anthropologist Havelock Ellis says, in regard to this: "It is clear that a high index of pigmentation, or an excess of fairness, prevails among the men of restless and ambitious temperament; the sanguine, energetic men; the men who easily dominate their fellows and who get on in life, and the men who recruit the aristocracy and who doubtless largely form the plutocracy.
Such plants had already been in evidence in the later levels of the (American Cretaceous,) Mesozoic, but now they dominated the scene altogether.
"An entranced psychic is dominated exclusively by her subjective mind, and reason is in abeyance.
to clamour like a watch-dog, Macedonia I This was the voice of the orator and demagogue, Demosthenes, hurling warnings and threats and denunciations at King Philip of Macedon, who had learnt his politics not only from Plato and Aristotle, but also from Isocrates and Xenophon, and from Babylon and Susa, and who was preparing quietly, ably, and steadfastly to dominate all Greece, and through Greece to conquer the known world. . . .