Instead, they “follow the pricing of the dominant insurer” and compete on risk.
Until recently, the dominant paradigms for both lie detection and interrogation were based mostly on anecdotal police evidence.
In early 1977, they founded Apple Computer which quickly became one of the dominant forces in the personal-computer field.
BlackBerry went from the dominant hero to a zero in a matter of months.
Ford began tinkering in his garage in Detroit in the 1890s, trains and the horse and buggy was the dominant mode of transport.
Nowhere is conscience so dominant and all-absorbing as with New England women.
In spite of his youth he was unquestionably the dominant spirit here.
The red shiner was ubiquitous, and was the dominant species at a majority of stations.
Of the two, his miserable little accuser was the dominant figure.
Among Hungarian novels we may distinguish four dominant genres or tendencies.
mid-15c., from Middle French dominant (13c.), from Latin dominantem (nominative dominans), present participle of dominari (see domination). Music sense is from 1819. Sexual bondage sense by c.1960. The noun is first recorded 1819, earliest in the musical sense.
dominant dom·i·nant (dŏm'ə-nənt)
Exercising the most influence or control.
Of, relating to, or being an allele that produces the same phenotypic effect whether inherited with a homozygous or heterozygous allele.
A dominant allele or trait.
An organism having a dominant trait.