Illuminati” was a game of paranoiac conspiracy in which various antisocial cults warred covertly to dominate the world. “
Coming in at the front of the line of captives, Helga noticed that a lone figure dominated this most unpromising scene.
The Tutsi minority, 14% of the population, dominates the government and the coffee trade at the expense of the Hutu majority, 85% of the population.
The Mughal Empire flourished in the 16th and 17th centuries; the British came to dominate the region in the 18th century.
Sudan Military regimes favoring Islamic-oriented governments have dominated national politics since independence from the UK in 1956.
Its great size in the large-headed man causes it to dominate his life.
The English Parliament found itself ruling over a London trading company, which in its turn was dominating an empire far greater and more populous than all the domains of the British crown.
This personal element will be found to dominate the activities, conversation and interests of the Alimentive.
The nationality which dominated the political thought of the nineteenth century is really no more than the romantic and emotional exaggeration of the stresses produced by the discord of the natural political map with unsuitable political arrangements.
Rugged mountains dominate the terrain and make the building of roads and other infrastructure difficult and expensive.
Robert MUGABE, the nation's first prime minister, has been the country's only ruler (as president since 1987) and has dominated the country's political system since independence.
I dominate the situation, and manifest my positive psychic qualities over theirs.
But its sudden stopping disturbed the balance of sound which had been dominating the room.
As the chief histrion, Down to the footlights walks in some great scena, Dominating the rest I see the Admiral himself, (History's type of courage, action, faith,) Behold him sail from Palos leading his little fleet, His voyage behold, his return, his great fame, His misfortunes, calumniators, behold him a prisoner, chain'd, Behold his dejection, poverty, death.
The unconscious wish-feelings evidently strive to assert themselves during the day also, and the fact of transference and the psychoses teach us that they endeavor to penetrate to consciousness and dominate motility by the road leading through the system of the foreconscious.
She could dominate her mother, and this was the time to do it.
The Aztecs seem to have been a conquering, less civilized people, dominating a more civilized community, as the Aryans dominated Greece and North India.
To terrify men with the prospect of the wicked dominating the goodis impossible, for that is just what has always been, and is now,and cannot but be.
Here, once more, reappears that fundamental notion of race whichdominates all the feelings and all the thoughts of men.
For more than a thousand years this idea of the unity of Christendom, of Christendom as a sort of vast Amphictyony, whose members even in war time were restrained from many extremities by the idea of a common brotherhood and a common loyalty to the Church, dominated Europe.
Tourism continues to dominate the economy, accounting for more than half of GDP.
He dominated the country for 31 years, repressing Islamic fundamentalism and establishing rights for women unmatched by any other Arab nation.
A separatist insurgency begun in 1984 by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) - now known as the People's Congress of Kurdistan or Kongra-Gel (KGK) - has dominated the Turkish military's attention and claimed more than 30,000 lives.
system by the sleeping state, but there is no doubt that the psychological character of sleep is essentially due to the change of energy in this very system, which also dominates the approach to motility, which is paralyzed during sleep.
Their leaders, Robespierre, Danton, Marat, who had hitherto been figured as impossible extremists, began to dominate French affairs.
The same combination is usually present when the husband dominates the wife.
It is not by chance that the phrase "happy pair" is one of the most trite in our language, for happiness above all is the inner essential that must dominate a perfect wedding.
Young teenage hackers are often convinced that hackers exist in vast swarms and will soon dominate the cybernetic universe.
It addresses itself entirely to the imagination and the affections, captures the well-inclined auditors, and dominates their understanding.
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By that time he has lived past the rash stage and selects a mate as much like himself as possible, in order not to be thwarted in his aims for "getting somewhere in the world"--aims which dominate this type all his life.
In the gigantic conceptions of Einstein, the velocity of light-186,000 miles per second-dominates the whole Theory of Relativity.
Gerhardt only stood there, his daughter's innocence dominating his terror of evil.
The two immigrant groups also differed economically and socially: the old immigrants were firmly established on the large properties they had acquired, and dominated their tenants, who were largely autochthones; or they had engaged in large-scale commerce.
0179 Egyptian Gods--Set, Anubis, Typhon, BesThe temple was accumulated by complex necessities, it grew from many roots and needs, and the god or goddess that dominated the temple was the creation of many imaginations and made up of all sorts of impulses, ideas, and half ideas.
Certainly with hideous iteration the bitten lips of Dorian Gray shaped and reshaped those subtle words that dealt with soul and sense, till he had found in them the full expression, as it were, of his mood, and justified, by intellectual approval, passions that without such justification would still have dominated his temper.
The same axiomatic proposition must dominate every legal task, but especially every task of criminal law.
Illustration 8: A: Typical OSSEOUS face B: Typical OSSEOUS hand Pioneering, with its hardship, its menacing cold and dearth of comforts, in far countries at last produced a man who could stand them, who could "live through" almost anything and still dominate his surroundings.
We are here once more confronted with the principle of the succession of instances which seems to dominate the structure of the apparatus.
In 1907, American Bell Telephone fell into the hands of the rather sinister J.P. Morgan financial cartel, robber-baron speculators who dominated Wall Street.
through it they dominate our speech and actions, or they enforce the hallucinatory regression, thus governing an apparatus not designed for them by virtue of the attraction exerted by the perceptions on the distribution of our psychic energy.
On the platform sat the leaders of the old Tsay-ee-kah—for the last time dominating the turbulent Soviets, which they had ruled from the first days, and which were now risen against them.
After this I remember a disturbance in the room, and dominating it, as it were, the rich sound of a woman’s voice and the rustle of a woman’s silks sweeping the stone floor.
If an algorithm is unstable, this is often the most unstable waveform, so it grows to dominate the solution.
TheGermans have dominated the Italians, now they dominate theHungarians and Slavonians; the Turks have dominated and stilldominate the Slavonians and Greeks; the English dominate theHindoos, the Mongolians dominate the Chinese.
In that day, Maev Astuté would so dominate the skies that “the heavens themselves would be but vassals of the High Ones.”
In all these temples there was a shrine; dominating the shrine there was commonly a great figure usually of some monstrous half-animal form, before which stood an altar for sacrifices.
Butchers, tobacconists, perfumers, not only fail to perceive the odors which dominate their shops; their sense of smell has been dulled, anyway.
This trade-piracy had started already at the end of the Sung dynasty, when Japanese navigation had become superior to Korean shipping which had in earlier times dominated the eastern seaboard.
A pompous and unintelligent classical pretentiousness dominated them, and they dominated the schools of the middle and upper classes.