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Definition of Dominantly
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Literary usage of Dominantly
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1. Quantitative Classification of Igneous Rocks: Based on Chemical and Mineral by Whitman Cross, Joseph Paxson Iddings, Louis Valentine Pirsson, Henry Stephens Washington (1902)
"dominantly polic, having polic minerals (pyroxene, olivine,) dominant over mitic minerals ... dominantly salic, having the salic minerals dominant over the ..."
2. A Psychological Study of Religion: Its Origin, Function, and Future by James Henry Leuba (1912)
"Religion is social and beneficent; magic is dominantly individual and often evil. — The individualistic, private, and evil character of magic has been ..."