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    1. influence this world? Games are addicting because they give you a sense of accomplishment

    2. Those associations are going to have an influence on the type of person you become

    3. around with and you want to influence them to go in that direction with

    4. influence what happens to you and your family and what they eat

    5. Live your own life in that way and you will influence those

    6. The family health history can influence health risks in the years ahead

    7. Ava had confided a lot about her life in the Kassikan, her comfort with Kulai and her torment under the influence of Tdeshi's hormones

    8. We are here to affect and influence the

    9. The mind has a powerful influence on the physical body

    10. The advent of constant media influence and increased mobility make it so that the morals and values of family groups are not passed down as unchanged as they once were

    1. Now your parents, hopefully, wanted you to associate with other kids who they saw as good associations, good influences on you, because

    2. Once these so-cal ed harmful influences had taken so much effect in the skin, the resulting product would be numerous dermatological problems like wrinkles

    3. Although wrinkles are more associated with the dermatological clock of the skin, it is still considered as the resulting product of the greatest effects of harmful influences in the skin

    4. With the popularity of Christianity it became customary to build new churches over alternative temples of worship in an attempt to obliterate earlier influences

    5. The young girl was instructed on good and bad influences, they reinforced that they were older, and had more knowledge of the world at large

    6. The local language has Arabic influences

    7. analyse the influences of Ural-Altaic peoples

    8. Own deformations of concrete are caused by moisture, temperature and other influences on a concrete without applying of the external loading

    9. One question to ask would be: Has the light that is observed, moved at constant speed from the object since it originated until the time we observed it, over hundreds if not thousands of light years? Could there have been any other influences that may have affected the light, while it was travelling from the object to our eyes and instruments? We know that gravity plays a role in the speed of light and that light cannot escape black holes

    10. The moon influences the tides in the oceans essential for maintaining marine life and life in general

    1. It’s influencing your thoughts and your feelings

    2. It was now known that the Kassikan had been secretly influencing Earth for centuries, nearly taking over America in the 1970's, Europe in the 1990's, completely taking over Brazil by 2350

    3. It is true that Satan is the one influencing all of the nations

    4. influencing and influenced by this world of wonder

    5. that might be influencing her behavior in the testing

    6. therefore influencing the market’s perception

    7. The volume of the open capillary voids influencing quantity of frozen water, depends on the water-cement ratio (W/C) and degree of cement hydration

    8. Their works have certainly been of some service to their country; not only by bringing into general discussion, many subjects which had never been well examined before, but by influencing, in some measure, the public administration in favour of agriculture

    9. The sovereign can in this case never be secure, unless he has the means of influencing in a considerable degree the greater part of the teachers of that religion

    10. The revolutions which the turbulence of the Greek clergy was continually occasioning at Constantinople, as long as the eastern empire subsisted; the convulsions which, during the course of several centuries, the turbulence of the Roman clergy was continually occasioning in every part of Europe, sufficiently demonstrate how precarious and insecure must always be the situation of the sovereign, who has no proper means of influencing the clergy of the established and governing religion of his country

    1. You are being influenced, and that negativity can drain your energy

    2. ” Growing up in Puerto Rico/Miami, Lopez was heavily influenced by the fact that his mother grew her own fruits and vegetables and always used animal manure as fertilizer This organically based philosophy toward gardening techniques laid the foundation of Lopez beliefs and in 1972 he founded Astra’s Garden, based on something of a religion that subscribes to living in harmony with the environment: not polluting; treating all living plant life with respect; and, basically just listening to what the earth is telling us

    3. This nation, however, is not merely influenced by Satan

    4. influencing and influenced by this world of wonder

    5. Hew Len suggests that our minds can only be influenced by two things: memories or

    6. expressions and on their star-crossed gaze, and influenced by the

    7. But what was she striving for? He didn’t know enough yet and maybe more important, he didn’t understand how that influenced the differences between Ava and Tdeshi

    8. He also had to admit that the girl’s beauty had definitely influenced his judgement

    9. It is cal ed ‘the beating heat of the Amazon’ with its rainforests and jungles, and is influenced by many cultures

    10. Haiti is strongly influenced by Voodoo and the witchdoctors control people with fear and false spiritual power

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    Synonyms for "influence"

    influence determine mold regulate shape charm tempt act upon work affect bias direct control impress carry inspire authority sway effect prestige predominance rule incite persuade impel instigate move activate actuate

    "influence" definitions

    a power to affect persons or events especially power based on prestige etc

    causing something without any direct or apparent effort

    a cognitive factor that tends to have an effect on what you do

    the effect of one thing (or person) on another

    one having power to influence another

    have and exert influence or effect

    shape or influence; give direction to

    induce into action by using one's charm