By convention, the term dominant hemisphere refers to the cerebral hemisphere that is organized functionally to express language.
I don't really like the word dominant at this stage, to be honest, because there is a long, long way to go," Vettel said."
The coach used the word dominant to describe Williams' effort.
The original interlude ends on a sustained E, which is the dominant of the chorus 'key, hence the term dominant pedal (or pedal point).
HAMBURGER: ... refers to the dream, if you will, the dream of Karl Rove and Ken Mehlman and others in the White House of establishing what they called dominant majority.
They didn't want to come to you or to me or to the what they call the dominant media and talk about things like gay rights or stopping advancement of gay rights or abortion or things like that.
White South Africans, which he described as the dominant class in terms of economic and education factors, were seen to be unwilling to change, he told a conference in Bloemfontein on anti-racism, anti-sexism and good practice in schools.
Defecting is called a dominant strategy in a game with this payoff matrix.
McLaren began that year in dominant form, but were running a special 'brake-steer' system, which applied differential braking force to the rear wheels as an aid to direction-change.