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
Recent Examples of preeminence from the Web
But history suggests that secular trends alone are insufficient for predicting preeminence.
Reporting annual research expenditures of $200 million or more is one of the standards that can help make a university eligible for preeminence.
Commentators are once more worrying over America’s waning preeminence.
Their preeminence has been recognized over and over by fans, coaches, players and the people in shiny suits who hand out the awards.
In the end, Athens, the rising power, was defeated, never again to regain its global preeminence.
For now, their economic preeminence means Premier League clubs may resist, but that could change very quickly post-Brexit.
But this yoke may come with the Kremlin’s new preeminence in the region.
It was also supposed to foster collaboration with Europe, Canada, and Japan while preserving America’s preeminence in space.
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