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Synonyms for influence

Synonyms for influence

the power or capacity to produce a desired result

the power to produce an effect by indirect means

the strong effect exerted by one person or thing on another

to have an impact on in a certain way

Synonyms for influence

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Both children and their environments are evolving over time and influencing one another.
A more sensible approach would be to provide for the allocation of an association member's direct expenses (such as travel and lodging) in influencing legislation on behalf of an association or professional organization.
162(e)(5)(C) defines expenses incurred in connection with lobbying and political activities as, "[a]ny amount paid or incurred for research for, or preparation, planning, or coordination of, any activity" connected with influencing legislation.
Key Features Influencing Online Reservations in US Business Travel in 2012: Survey Snapshot is the result of an extensive multi-industry survey drawn from Timetric's exclusive panel of US business travelers.
Consequently, formal influencing (downward) and informal influencing (upward) together encompass the leadership relationship between leaders and followers.
The media relations team also saw the opportunity to assess its effectiveness in influencing customer satisfaction.
A huge variety of physical forces is also at play in influencing primary and other levels of production, including volcanoes, hurricanes, floods, forest fires, and various human influences such as the use of pesticides and fertilizers and increased carbon dioxide production.
We retain these key memories but often forget others that are still influencing us now.
Most respondents indicated that their mother played a larger role in influencing their style.
The chief finding of the research is that GPA and class attendance are major influencing factors.
Once a general understanding of the various factors influencing current trends has been achieved, a number of secondary goals may be addressed.
Influencing physician behavior is one of the most useful management techniques to improve and sustain high performance.
What is the proper year in which to report the costs that are converted by the look-back rule from monitoring to influencing as nondeductible expenses?
We have developed a unique methodology for identifying, educating and influencing the blogosphere, reputation aggregators, e-communities and social networks.