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empireem"pire (?), n. [f., fr. l. imperium a command, sovereignty, dominion, empire, fr. imperare. see emperor; cf. imperial.] 1. supreme power; sovereignty; sway; dominion. "the empire of the sea." over hell extend his empire, and with iron scepter rule. 2. the dominion of an emperor; the territory or countries under the jurisdiction and dominion of an emperor (rarely of a king), usually of greater extent than a kingdom, always comprising a variety in the nationality of, or the forms of administration in, constituent and subordinate portions; as, the austrian empire. empire carries with it the idea of a vast and complicated government. j. smith. 3. any dominion; supreme control; governing influence; rule; sway; as, the empire of mind or of reason. "under the empire of facts." arnold. another force which, in the middle ages, shared with chivalry the empire over the minds of men. w. ward.   similar words(14) 

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(n.)

The dominion of an emperor; the territory or countries under the jurisdiction and dominion of an emperor (rarely of a king), usually of greater extent than a kingdom, always comprising a variety in the nationality of, or the forms of administration in, constituent and subordinate portions; as, the austrian empire.  

(n.)

Supreme power; sovereignty; sway; dominion.  

(n.)

Any dominion; supreme control; governing influence; rule; sway; as, the empire of mind or of reason.  

OriginChristopher North, in Noctes Ambrosianae, 'His majesty's dominions, on which the sun never sets.'

Noun1. an eating apple that somewhat resembles a McIntosh; used as both an eating and a cooking apple (hypernym) eating apple, dessert apple

Noun1. the domain ruled by an emperor or empress (hypernym) domain, demesne, land (hyponym) roman Empire2. a group of countries under a single authority; "the british empire" (hypernym) government, authorities, regime3. a monarchy with an emperor as head of state (hypernym) monarchy (hyponym) mogul empire4. a group of diverse companies under common ownership and run as a single organization (synonym) conglomerate (hypernym) corporation, corp (hyponym) publishing conglomerate, publishing empire

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any of a family of military simulations derived from a game written by peter Langston many years ago. five or six multi-player variants of varying degrees of sophistication exist, and one single-player version implemented for both Unix and VMS; the latter is even available as MS-DOS freeware. all are notoriously addictive.[Jargon File](1995-08-06)

n. any of a family of military simulations derived from a game written by peter Langston many years ago. A number of multi-player variants of varying degrees of sophistication exist, and one single-player version implemented for both unix and VMS; the latter is even available as MS-DOS freeware. all are notoriously addictive. Of various commercial derivatives the best known is probably "Empire Deluxe" on pcs and Amigas.Modern empire is a real-time wargame played over the internet by up to 120 players. typical games last from 24 hours (blitz) to a couple of months (long term). the amount of sleep you can get while playing is a function of the rate at which updates occur and the number of co-rulers of your country. empire server software is available for unix-like machines, and clients for unix and other platforms. A comprehensive history of the game is available at http://empire.idlpaper.com/infopages/History.html. the empire resource site is at http://empire.idlpaper.com/.

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scholars still debate about what exactly constitutes an empire (from the Latin "imperium", denoting military command within the ancient roman government). Generally, they may define an empire as a state that extends dominion over populations distinct culturally and ethnically from the culture/ethnicity at the center of power. other definitions may emphasize economic or political factors. the term generally implies military hegemonic power.

Politically, an empire consists of a large, usually multi-ethnic state.

Empire! is a space combat and trading video game designed by Andrew Glaister and published by Firebird Software in 1986 for the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64.

State: ALABAMACity: EMPIRE

State: MICHIGANCity: EMPIRE

State: NEVADACity: EMPIRE

the furniture period 1810-1840.

empire district ELEC CO

Exchange: NYSE

Purchases, generates, transmits, distributes and sells electricity in parts of missouri, kansas, oklahoma and arkansas; and provides water service in missouri.

empire district ELECTRIC

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empire energy CORP

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empire federal Bancorp, Inc.

Exchange: Nasdaq

Savings and loan holding company with subsidiary which performs savings bank operations, mortgage banking services and other related financial activities.

empire Resources, Inc.

Exchange: AMEX

Purchases, sells an distributes nonferrous metals to a diverse customer base located throughout north america and australia and new zealand.

empire Resources, Inc.

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A form of conglomerate state encompassing a geographical area or set of areas containing diverse peoples or ethnic groups and ruled by a single central government authority that is primarily identified with one dominant people or ethnic group. the empire thus consists of an imperial center and one or more colonies or other dependent subunits (provinces, protectorates, etc.) whose governments are subordinate to that of the imperial center. Historically, empires have usually first emerged either as the result of dynastic marriages among the royal families of hereditary absolute monarchies or, even more frequently, by an original "core" state expanding through the conquest and incorporation of territories occupied by other peoples, usually followed by the resettlement of substantial numbers of emigrants from the core population who then constitute a privileged governing elite in the newly acquired territories. An empire differs from such other forms of conglomerate state as a federation or confederation by virtue of the specially privileged political status of the core political unit (and often the entire core ethnic group or race) in contrast to the institutionalized inferior status of the other component governmental units and their native populations.

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Word analysis of empire

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