Until very recently, chess, like most other pursuits, was a domain dominated by the well-trained minds of human beings.
And so, scores of users and moderators started banning the Gawker domain entirely.
It was in east Paktika province, the domain of our sister infantry battalion (3rd Battalion, 509th Infantry).
And in August, the same eBay account put the domain Newsball.com up for auction, for $21,000,000.
And the marquee position—quarterback—is still the domain of whites.
In no branch of medicine or sociology is this fallacy more fruitful of error than in the domain of mental disease.
"Why, they trespassed on your domain, for one thing," said the Brown Bear.
The variety of combinations in the domain of possible things is infinite.
The domain of alternatives constitutes the civilization of illiteracy.
It is an attempt to carry the methods of science into the domain of philosophy, to substitute science for philosophy.
early 15c., in Scottish, from Middle French domaine "domain, estate," from Old French demaine "lord's estate," from Latin dominium "property, dominion," from dominus "lord, master, owner," from domus "house" (see domestic). Form influenced in Old French by Medieval Latin domanium "domain, estate." Internet domain name attested by 1985.
domain do·main (dō-mān')
One of the homologous regions that make up an immunoglobulin's heavy and light chains and serve specific immunological functions.