“C.E.O.s wield economic influence,” Mr.
It's exhausting to wield that mental machete.
How much power this union will actually wield remains to be seen.
But established political families will continue to wield great power.
And presidents regularly wield their power.
It's not about "fairness," it's about power — and who gets to wield it.
One person who will wield considerable influence in his decision is his wife, Ms.
Scientists at Aims are attempting to wield another – more natural weapon – to combat the mass outbreak.
In a sign of the power these consultants wield, the agency execs would only speak on condition of anonymity.
But after he lands, he rarely uses the international stage to advance a discernible agenda or to wield his influence to shape world events."
As Iraqi leaders, the country’s top religious authorities and top Iranian officials, who wield considerable power within Iraq, pushed for Mr.
US opposition does not mean the Nigerian cannot be appointed, but Washington could nevertheless wield considerable influence over the final decision.
Democrats have argued social media companies are too big and wield too great of power with too little oversight, accusing the platforms of fostering extremism.
"Both the comptroller and the attorney general have spoken to people about running for governor, and it is unethical to wield criminal referral authority to further political self-interest."
Yet he continued to wield immeasurable influence, reserving final say in all important political matters for several years afterward, and finally relinquishing power only as he grew frail and disoriented.
Though Chinese-Indonesians make up just over 1 percent of the vast Indonesian archipelago’s population, historically they have tended to wield economic clout beyond their numbers, which has often led to resentment.
Although the Czartoryski family estate at Puławy was confiscated in 1794, during the Third Partition of Poland, the family continued to wield significant cultural power, notably through the princes Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski and Adam Jerzy Czartoryski.
Some Pentagon and State Department officials are uncomfortable with the influence that the Emiratis wield within the White House and National Security Council, and they were unhappy that Emirati military officials received a classified briefing about the F-35 in July.
The two men, along with their political parties - Unionist and Umma - continued to wield enormous influence after independence, entrenching notions of Arab superiority in the new state by reserving almost all jobs for Arabs and failing to develop areas inhabited by black people.
Such policies, still rare in Hollywood, evolved out of the concept of an “inclusion rider,” a term Frances McDormand brought public attention to in her 2018 Oscar acceptance speech — a contractual obligation that actors and filmmakers could potentially wield to increase diversity in productions.
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