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A decade ago, AOL when it was still called America Online seemed poised to domi nate cyberspace.
Note 235: "Bella gerit musasque colit Federicus omnium maximus Italiorum Dux foris atque domi."
Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
A number of die-hard players were disgusted, but Blue held the domi - nant hand.
You may have come to think that you were fighting and dying for nothing, but in fact your service has been helping to make sure that we were continuing to win elect ... er, that American corporations were continuing to domi ... er, that the US was continuing to bring freedom and democracy to the world.
The Audacity of Dopes: The Regressive Right's Happy Memorial Day Message to the Troops
Quirites, multa mihi pericula domi, militae multa adversa fuere, quorum alia toleravi, alia deorum auxilio repuli et virtute mea; nunquam animus negotio defuit, nec decretis labor; nullae res nec properae nec adversae ingenium mutabant.
Quum illuc ventum est, illinc lubet, he is tired out with everything, displeased with all, weary of his life: Nec bene domi, nec militiae, neither at home nor abroad, errat, et praeter vitam vivitur, he wanders and lives besides himself.
In a word, thus much I may conclude of poor men, that though they have good  parts they cannot show or make use of them:  ab inopia ad virtutem obsepta est via, 'tis hard for a poor man to  rise, haud facile emergunt, quorum virtutibus obstat res angusta domi.
 Quam cum chara domi conjux, fidusque maritus
At mihi plaudo ipse domi, simul ac nummos contemplor in arca.
Orbi dat leges foras, vix famulum regit sine strepitu domi.
missanthropist commented on the word domi
a. Daddy + Mommy. The state~us one achieves through a long and arduous process of retiring another from tedious daily events.
May 17, 2008
whichbe commented on the word domi
This also reminds me of some sort of derogatory phrase for 'Parental Person' that removes gender and keeps just the Guardian part, as "Dommy" i.e. "Dominating".
May 18, 2008