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It also has a dominant position in rural getaways, for much the same reasons.

So we’re trying to get to those companies early to hire outside the dominant homogenous group.

After years as the ball-dominant centerpiece of Houston’s offense, Harden is a tricky fit to drop onto most other contenders.

While the team is small and advertising remains Flipboard’s dominant source of revenue, the investments have paid off.

Back in 2017, the Commission found Google to be a dominant company in Internet search.

I began to tune them to a dominant chord so I could play melodies.

A second legislative package that’s also due next month — the Digital Markets Act — will introduce additional rules for a sub-set of platforms considered to hold a dominant market position.

However, while CTV’s share of YouTube viewership is growing, mobile remains the dominant device type.

Part of the complexity of the opioid litigation has been the sharp-elbowed competition among different government entities and private law firms to play the dominant role in the lawsuits.

Johnson & Johnson, three other companies close in on $26 billion deal on opioid litigationJoel Achenbach, Christopher Rowland, Katie Zezima, Aaron DavisNovember 6, 2020Washington Post

The network, still the dominant force in sports television, went several months without any of its traditional live sports offerings in the spring and summer.

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