1preponderancia femininepredominio masculine
- By 1750 the Dutch Republic's decline was manifest and Britain had established its preponderance.
- This preponderance of Asians, particularly in the vast numbers of Japanese tourists the city attracts, has left its marks on the cuisine.
- This conclusion is supported by the great preponderance of informed commentary.
- The preponderance of data came from experiments with temperate and coniferous trees.
- The preponderance of the available evidence indicates there was no attack.
- The preponderance of the evidence is that the effect is statistical clustering, nothing more.
- His preponderance of strength allowed him to perform several offensive operations in near parallel.
- Their apparent preponderance may be due to the fact that they have been the most commonly used corticosteroids.
- The preponderance of studies support the connection between newspaper content and circulation.
- Science proceeds on preponderance of evidence, not on finality.
- The preponderance of shops nowadays is an unhappy sign of modern life.
- He also points to the troubling preponderance of women in teaching: there are now more women than men teaching in our secondary schools.
- The preponderance of scientific evidence supports the overriding similarities between men and women.
- The preponderance of Latin terms seemed to serve two purposes.
- He raised the possibility that this might have something to do with male preponderance at the very top of research science.