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- adj. Having control over a person or thing.
- v. Present participle of control.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. able to control or determine policy
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The real title, the title controlling all economic and legal matters, will revert to us.
Here's my recommendation: strike the word "controlling" from your vocabulary.
This is what you call controlling your own destiny - something most people including everyone here don't have the backbone to do.
This Fossil Fuel Fakir has a vested interest in controlling the message.
If any state needed help in controlling their burgeoning health care costs for illegals, it's Arkansas.
Antichrist obama has another notch in controlling your life as the black dictator.
If he was going to make the ultimate sacrifice and kill himself (again controlling the body) why did he do it after telling Sylar everything that had happened to him?
Our success in controlling the forces of nature has inspired many to hope for similar success in controlling human beings.
The only party with a real interest in controlling cost is the corporation.
The numbers will be so small as to prove insignificant especially when compared to the public interest in controlling what is in effect a mass migration from a combat zone.
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