Orcas are feral animals, not like the domesticated ones God gave us dominion over.
And the ambulances were only the most visible part of his dominion.
Having spent a lot of time in conservative churches, one of the first questions I get is about dominion.
The plants operated by dominion will primarily use leftovers from nearby timbering work for the biomass fuel.
Recently Republican-dominated, today the dominion State has two centrist Democrat senators, and Obama has won the state twice.
The Dervish dominion was born of war, existed by war, and fell by war.
It was thus that the dominion of the Incas or Lords of Peru was established.
The whole world kneels before them now, confessing their dominion.
The result was the dominion of the phrase and the prevalence of hollow affectation.
Thank heaven, I am no longer under the dominion of my friend and her pensionaries.
early 15c., from Old French dominion "dominion, rule, power," from Medieval Latin dominionem (nominative dominio), corresponding to Latin dominium "property, ownership," from dominus (see domination).
British sovereign colonies often were called dominions, hence the Dominion of Canada, the formal title after the 1867 union, and Old Dominion, the popular name for the U.S. state of Virginia, first recorded 1778.