charismatic

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possessing an extraordinary ability to attract

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To lose him, along with the charm of Tommo, but to keep the charismatically void Nick Luck makes no sense.
And indie bands aren't the most charismatically chatty people anyway.
Voulkos, who charismatically lead the charge to position clay as a sculptural medium and broke with the traditional rules in existence at the time, was Soldner's teacher and mentor.
Levine said the large amount of academic literature on charismatic leadership never defined what it means to actually communicate charismatically.
MADE up of charismatically roguish front man and one time teenage garage MC, Lou Hill, Chatham resident and Billy Childish worshipping guitarist, Darrel Hawkins, demon drummer James Parish and suitably elegant bass player Gareth Jones, Wild Palms coalesced out of a group of likeminded music fans in Southgate, North London.
Goldsworthy argues that Caesar's greatness was irrevocably entwined with his army, and that Caesar, by charismatically maintaining the army's loyalty, overrode its duty to the state.
While the Mennonite Christian Fellowship had a moderate level of fraternization with Beachy congregations in the 1980s, by the early 1990s, the Beachys' openness to social innovations, as well as the emergence of the charismatically pietistic Charity churches, which discarded written standards and depleted Fellowship ranks among the original eastern bloc, prompted Fellowship leaders to draw firmer lines of association.
Far from being the bold new reformer saving the nation from the laissez-faire prescriptions of a reactionary president, Roosevelt was a chief executive who adroitly and charismatically expanded the legacy left by his progressive, if colorless, predecessor.
Statham is charismatically cool as a killer who prides himself on always fulfilling a contract and lives in blissful seclusion deep in the bayous near New Orleans.
3) As such, it consists of two parts: "the projective practice of the following, which is charismatically oriented (that is, disposed to treat and regard leaders as magic or divine), and the magnified powers of the leader, who is charismatically endowed as the result of public projection" (Smith 1998:52).
She brought something charismatically and refreshingly un-American to NYCB, a foreign sensibility that Balanchine both relished and artistically exploited.
74) Discernment is a process of divine-human partnership in which the Holy Spirit charismatically gives us discriminatory insight and in which we critically evaluate observable phenomena.
This movement was charismatically headed by the middle class Wafd party, which sought to transform Egypt from a former province of the Ottoman Empire and a British protectorate into an independent and modern nation state.
Ignatieff was less charismatically inspirational than anticipated, but effectively had pushed both party reorganization and fund raising.