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- adv. In a predominant manner. Most commonly or frequently by a large margin.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a predominant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a predominant manner; with superior strength or influence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. much greater in number or influence
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But rural development has long been a staple of counterinsurgency efforts in predominantly agricultural economies facing guerrilla wars.
As Mike K has said, these assets are in predominantly rural areas – low volume, low revenue, high cost, and not exactly prime properties for a new entrant.
Additionally, there were many more ‘overvotes’ than usual, especially in predominantly African-American precincts in Duval county (Jacksonville), where some 27,000 ballots showed two or more choices for President .
RELIGIOSITY: Muslim-Americans are more religious than other Americans, but less likely than those in predominantly Muslim countries to say religion plays an important part in their lives 80% of Muslim-Americans compared to virtually all in Egypt, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Morocco, for example.
As a boy, he lived for several years in predominantly Muslim Indonesia with his mother and Indonesian stepfather.
Goold is often classified as a predominantly imagistic director.
The statement late Thursday by Israel 's Ministry of Housing signaled the first publicly announced construction plans in predominantly Palestinian East Jerusalem since March, when the announcement of a tender for 1,600 units, during a visit to Israel by Vice President Joe Biden, roiled U.S.
This figure was even worse in predominantly minority communities: lender-owned homes took almost 17 months to be absorbed in those communities.
A secret recording obtained by ABC-7 Chicago last week has Mark Kirk defending comments he made about preventing voter fraud in predominantly African American Chicago communities.
SOL ROOTS Though he draws predominantly from a blues background, guitarist Sol also plays genres including funk, reggae and R&B. 7 p.m. The Athenaeum, 201 S. Prince St.,