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Domination may refer to various things:

  • Domination is the condition of having control or power over people or things. An authoritarian or totalitarian regime seeks to arbitrarily maintain and enforce political domination over its population.

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Sidi Al Reis; Travels to India - Extract from the Mirat ul Memalik, the account by Sidi Al Reis, a Turkish admiral of his travels in India in 1557.

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