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easily impressed or influenced

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The worrying thing is the younger end of the market, 25 and under, who don't have the disposable income yet and are more impressionable - are not doing the thorough research.
"Some of these media personalities depend on ridicule and jokes to get more likes and followers, leading impressionable teenagers into believing this is the way to reach an audience," he told the Interior Ministry's weekly Al Amn (Security) Radio Show yesterday.
Wide-eyed and eager to please, our protagonists appear more like impressionable school kids trying to win popularity by quoting lines from rap songs and enjoying the camaraderie usually found at beach resorts.
LEADING universities have been named and shamed by David Cameron for giving a platform to extremists as a new legal duty on institutions to "protect impressionable young minds" was announced.
"What we have to do now is come together and do all we can to ensure no more impressionable young people are brainwashed by those behind Isis.
Despite bringing the impressionable teens the reading material, according to the news site, it was Miley Cyrus who first showed them the teachings of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, also known as Osho.
If a man of 50 wishes to pretend to be a girl or boy of 15 he can easily do so, with all the potential that offers to trick a gullible, impressionable youngster.
A firm favourite with both impressionable teens and doting nanas, this smooth bunch have, staggeringly, since their inception in 1998, sold more than 40 million albums worldwide and have several multi-platinum albums to their name.
New York, June 25 (ANI): The American Medical Association has slammed photoshopping of images of celebrities as it says such alterations can contribute to unrealistic expectations of appropriate body image - especially among impressionable children and adolescents.
But teenagers are impressionable, and even a brutal description of the violence of gang life could be attractive to them.
At such a young and impressionable age, the general consensus surrounding Amir had been one of sympathy at how a player just starting out on his career can become embroiled in such a scam.
"By featuring the 'Curtis Warren - A Gangster''s Story'' in Monday''s issue, you are exposing impressionable young people in Liverpool to aspire to yet another negative role model.
Craig Jardine had been aware of his impressionable victim's age when they met through a friend shortly before her 15th birthday.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned that allowing famous people to get away with drug crimes had a damaging effect on impressionable youngsters and undermines faith in the criminal justice system.
Based on the 1980s cartoon series--which was based on a 1950s song--Alvin and the Chipmunks features the famous trio of singing rodents: mischievous group leader Alvin, serious Simon and chubby, impressionable Theodore, plus irritable human manager Dave Seville.