overlordship :

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  • n  the position of overlord

  • At stake was the overlordship of Melbourne's bustling, 16-acre Victoria Market, beneath whose iron-roofed sheds are crowded the stalls of 800 produce growers and 200 agents.
  • Blacks who were involved in the war on both sides achieved nothing but colonial overlordship and 30 years of apartheid.
  • Canada's ten many-branched banks have no Federal Reserve overlordship, no small bank competition, but the law under which they operate must be overhauled every ten years.

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