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  • noun Plural form of ascendancy.

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Examples

  • The age of Lincoln had been succeeded by the age of the robber baron; Adams intended to reveal the lucrative trade in favorsthat enabled men like Jay Gould and Jim Fisk to establish their ascendancies.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • The age of Lincoln had been succeeded by the age of the robber baron; Adams intended to reveal the lucrative trade in favorsthat enabled men like Jay Gould and Jim Fisk to establish their ascendancies.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • The age of Lincoln had been succeeded by the age of the robber baron; Adams intended to reveal the lucrative trade in favorsthat enabled men like Jay Gould and Jim Fisk to establish their ascendancies.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • The age of Lincoln had been succeeded by the age of the robber baron; Adams intended to reveal the lucrative trade in favorsthat enabled men like Jay Gould and Jim Fisk to establish their ascendancies.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • The age of Lincoln had been succeeded by the age of the robber baron; Adams intended to reveal the lucrative trade in favorsthat enabled men like Jay Gould and Jim Fisk to establish their ascendancies.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • The Swiss production and others like it deliberately omit the presence of cultural ascendancies and politics at play in the Trans-Atlantic slave trade.

    The new attacks on the Reparations movement: BLAME AFRIKANS for the European Holocaust in Afrika

  • The Swiss production and others like it deliberately omit the presence of cultural ascendancies and politics at play in the Trans-Atlantic slave trade.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • She had a quiet pain, in the infrequent moments when she allowed herself the full realization of her love for Kendal, in the knowledge that she, of her own motion, had disturbed its unities and its ascendancies.

    A Daughter of To-Day

  • _If you think that these two boys have both perished, not in some noble common cause but one against the other in a struggle of dynasties and boundaries and trade routes and tyrannous ascendancies, then it seems to me that you must feel as I feel that this war is the most tragic and dreadful thing that has ever happened to mankind.

    Mr. Britling Sees It Through

  • The forces of transit that permitted the Roman imperialism and its partial successors to establish wide ascendancies, were not sufficient to carry the resultant unity beyond the political stage.

    Anticipations Of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human life and Thought

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