Examples of controlling in a Sentence
She is very strict and controlling.
The larger bank remained the controlling party when it took over the smaller banks.
He paid over 40 million dollars for a controlling interest in the company.
Recent Examples of controlling from the Web
Lyman: National politics will play a role, but Alabama politics will likely be the controlling factor.
The controlling Dolan family split MSG from MSG Networks more than two years ago, and in July 2015 hired O'Connor to run MSG, given his relationships with artists and the company's focus on live sports and entertainment.
Mitsubishi Motors is investing in its supply chain in part with the help of Nissan Motor Co. , which took a controlling stake in the company about a year ago and also struck a cooperation pact with France’s Renault SA .
Online - A new report says Isabel Marant is looking into selling a controlling stake in the company to private equity firm Eurazeo.
Nissan took a controlling stake in Mitsubishi Motors last year after that company was caught inflating fuel economy figures for its minicar models, which are also sold under the Nissan brand.
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence indicates red flags and warning signs of an abuser include, but are not limited to: extreme jealousy, possessiveness, unpredictability, verbal abuse, and extremely controlling behavior.
The turnover ended a streak of three straight Mizzou drives that ended in touchdowns, and Georgia scored the final 13 points to take a controlling lead that only grew in the second half.
Belyaev owns 29 percent of Otkritie Holding, which in turn had a controlling stake in the bank -- until the central bank’s move Tuesday.
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First Known Use of controlling
CONTROLLING Defined for English Language Learners
: having a need to control other people's behavior
: having the power to control how something is managed or done
: giving someone the power to control how something is managed or done
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