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having or exercising influence

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having or exercising influence or power

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Many of our most influential noblemen have not only risen recently, but--"
The elderly lady was a Princess Drubetskaya, belonging to one of the best families in Russia, but she was poor, and having long been out of society had lost her former influential connections.
19] CERTAIN influential expressions of opinion have attracted much curiosity to Amiel's Journal Intime, both in France, where the book has already made its mark, and in England, where Mrs.
There's many a poor clergyman whose family would be plunged into ruin by the event of his death; but you, you see, have influential friends ready to continue their patronage, and to show you every consideration.
And when they had killed the occupants of the car they found that Simon de Montfort was not among them, but instead he had fastened there three important citizens of London, old men and influential, who had opposed him, and aided and abetted the King.
So far as regards your position at Scotland Yard," he said, "I have influential friends in your Government who will put that right for you.
All the maids and matrons of the southern suburbs had rallied at her summons, there was an influential platform with Dr.
Daylight gasped mentally, for the Times-Tribune was the biggest and most influential paper in San Francisco, and always had been so.
Next to Big Alec, he was the largest, bravest, and most influential man among the Greeks.
Take three copies, and pray circulate them in three influential quarters.
Through all these means of purification for the priestly career, he passed at last into the one sphere that was worthy of him: he entered the Church, under the protection of influential friends.
The clergyman proposes to get a few influential names to begin with, and to start a subscription.
He was a graduate of the university, had gone in for journalism, and was then serving his apprenticeship as reporter on the most influential of the three newspapers.
During the War of the Rebellion, a new and influential club was established in the city of Baltimore in the State of Maryland.
Alton Locke' and 'Yeast,' published in 1849, were powerful but reasonable and very influential expressions of his convictions--fervid arguments in the form of fiction against existing social injustices.