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Either, one of them has to dominate the rest or they have to form different nations.Tall grass, upto two metres high, dominates, the landscape.European Managing Agencies, which dominated industrial production in India, were interested in certain kinds of products.The Constitution does this so that the culture of these groups is not dominated nor wiped out by the culture of the majority community.About the time that the power of the Delhi Sultans was declining, a few large Gond kingdoms were beginning to dominate the smaller Gond chiefs.The British parliament was henceforth dominated by its English members.Though powerless, such groups have fought, protested and struggled against being excluded or dominated by others.This section of the plain is dominated by the doabs.Some families tend to dominate political parties; tickets are distributed to relatives from these families.Some families tend to dominate political parties; tickets are distributed to relatives from these families.Modern cricket is dominated by Tests and one-day internationals, played between national teams.The Assembly was dominated by the Indian National Congress, the party that led India's freedom struggle.They were supported in the empire by nationalists (in Poland for instance) and in Muslim-dominated areas by jadidists who wanted modernised Islam to lead their societies.The distant north-eastern part of the subcontinent too was entirely dominated by tribes – the Nagas, Ahoms and many others.So while black people played an enormous amount of informal cricket on beaches, in back alleys and parks, club cricket till as late as the 1930s was dominated by white elites.

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