Examples of preeminence in a Sentence
the restaurant is known for the preeminence of its seafood dishes
some historians contended that no nation had attained such undisputed preeminence since the glory days of the Roman Empire
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ACC cements its case as strongest conference The ACC’s preeminence as college basketball’s standard bearer has been established for some time now.
In a one-day extra session, lawmakers voted to require 60 percent of a university’s students to graduate in four years as a condition of preeminence.
After learning from European powers for more than a century (think Horace Mann’s push in the 1840s for the Prussian model), America’s postwar prosperity and preeminence generated a new confidence.
The SLS and Orion missions, coupled with record levels of private investment in space, will help put NASA and America in a position to unlock the mysteries of space and to ensure this nation's world preeminence in exploring the cosmos.
But when told how San Francisco advocates saw the results of the survey as confirmation of the city’s preeminence, representatives of other cities struck back.
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