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the capacity to exert an influence

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Perry nonetheless stood out by Thursday for the overall forcefulness of his comments on Trump.
As Fuchs intriguingly proposes, English writers developed a 'pugnacious rhetorical apparatus', which enabled them to 'reframe their profound debt to Spanish sources' through a 'recurring metaphor of piracy', not as a sign of inferiority or dependence but of forcefulness and valour; in this fashion, 'translation' was envisioned 'as an act of successful looting .
The first, most immediately striking quality of Dusty Boynton's expressionist paintings is the forcefulness of her line: See, for instance, the pitch-black contours of the ghostly figures in Sunny Daze, 2014, or the clever interplay of rambling black and red lines in Drawing Class, 2015.
King Abdullah, who died on Friday at the age of 90 after nearly two decades in power, acted at times with unusual forcefulness for a Saudi monarch.
The recent submission of 14 000 applications for affordable housing delivered to Windhoek Municipality CEO, Niilo Taapopi evinced a groundswell of civic action indicative of a new kind of forcefulness.
They are often prescribed beta-blocker medications, which reduce the forcefulness and rate of cardiac contraction, lowering the outflow tract obstruction.
Given the resolute forcefulness of Erdoy-an to enhance a restrictive culture, and the lack of strong enough democratic counter-dynamics, he may be right in his concerns.
English Heritage said: "The building is one of the most aesthetically successful office buildings in Birmingham with a shaped outline and careful detailing giving it a dynamic forcefulness.
According to English Heritage: "The building is one of the most aesthetically successful office buildings in Birmingham with a shaped outline and careful detailing giving it a dynamic forcefulness.
I don't think I've seen a player of Max's age with the same amount of forcefulness, understanding of the game and leadership skills.
For a lot of bands that's less of a plus than you'd think it would be, but here it works just fine, lending a nice pop edge to the music's forcefulness.
The work comprises four substantial and technically demanding movements, and has been widely admired for the forcefulness of its musical ideas and its structural cohesion.
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What people like about Christie is his forcefulness.
The forcefulness of smog has given the disgruntled bottom rung of the society hopes of gaining equality.