But maybe things like ratemyprofessors can start to chip away at this hegemony.
Well, the low body mass index (BMI) hegemony appears to be coming to an end.
People sent her bits of information as a way for them to resist the hegemony of the cartels.
After Japan invaded the Korean Peninsula in 1905, the conquerors sought to co-opt local pride to reinforce Japanese hegemony.
After George W. Bush was elected in 2000, many projected Republican hegemony and dominance for decades to come.
Brazilian statesmen might well have been pardoned if, in 1865, they had claimed for their country the hegemony of South America.
There were papers from other planets now under the hegemony of Mekin.
The Athenian “hegemony” in its earlier and later phases had an important financial side.
Her seniors in point of time, they have been outdistanced in the race for Balkan hegemony.
Such episodes must have been common at this period when each city was striving for hegemony.
1560s, from Greek hegemonia "leadership, a leading the way, a going first;" also "the authority or sovereignty of one city-state over a number of others," as Athens in Attica, Thebes in Boeotia; from hegemon "leader," from hegeisthai "to lead," perhaps originally "to track down," from PIE *sag-eyo-, from root *sag- "to seek out, track down, trace" (see seek). Originally of predominance of one city state or another in Greek history; in reference to modern situations from 1860, at first of Prussia in relation to other German states.